– No Romo. No Dez. No problem.

Tony Romo joined Dez Bryant on the injured list because of a broken left collarbone, but the Dallas Cowboys shut down former teammate DeMarco Murray and beat the Philadelphia Eagles 20-10 on Sunday.

"I'll be back," Romo said. "It's going to take a little bit of time. It's a broken bone. It is what it is. Our team played great. I'm proud we got this win. It's not an easy place to come in and win. We'll hopefully get a few more and we'll get ready to go."

Kyle Wilber returned a blocked punt 26 yards for touchdown, Brandon Weeden threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Terrance Williams and the Cowboys (2-0) overcame a franchise-record 18 penalties in their 10th consecutive road victory.

It's a costly victory for Dallas, however.

Romo, who was knocked out of the game in the third quarter when Jordan Hicks sacked him, suffered a similar injury in Week 7 in 2010 and missed the rest of the season. The team said he'll be evaluated Monday. Weeden is 5-16 as a starter, including 0-1 for the Cowboys. He finished 7-for-7 for 73 yards.

Dallas already lost Bryant last week. The All-Pro receiver will miss at least six weeks after having foot surgery.

Weeden started 15 games for Cleveland in 2012 as a 29-year-old rookie. He threw two interceptions in a 28-17 loss to Arizona last year in his only start for Dallas.

"I know how to prepare, having Tony around will [help] and you just don't put added pressure on yourself," Weeden said. "It's going to be a challenge."

Murray, the reigning NFL rushing champion, had 2 yards rushing on 13 carries in his first game against his former team. Sam Bradford had three turnovers, including an interception in the end zone. Philadelphia had 21 total yards in the first half and finished with 226.

The Eagles (0-2) were favorites to take the NFC East title away from Dallas, but look more like a team that will contend for the top pick in the draft than the playoffs.

"We have to get it figured out," coach Chip Kelly said. "We let a good defensive effort go for naught. Nothing worked."