Giants linebacker Michael Boley made perhaps the biggest play of the game when he knocked Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo with a broken collarbone in the second quarter.
Boley said the blame should go on the Cowboys blocking scheme not him.'
“We had it drawn up," Boley said. "The guard didn’t see me. He blocked down on the tackle. Both backs went to the other side, so I came scot free.”
Boley said he knew Romo was hurt because he let out a little scream when he hit the ground. But he initially thought he would get up.
“When he hit the ground, I heard he let out a little scream," Boley said. "So I knew something was up. But I didn’t think he was going to lay down. I thought it was just a normal hit. After I got up and started running, I looked back after the play was over and he was still down. … Anytime somebody gets hurt, in this league, you hate to see people get hurt. There have been a lot of injuries over the past month, and that you hate to see. I wish him the best.”
Clarence E. Hill Jr.