The NFC East is up for grabs.

Even a 2-7 Dallas Cowboys team has the confidence that they can make a run -- Major League style.

Cowboys quarterback, Tony Romo, tweeted out a scene from Major League on Tuesday morning intimating that the Cowboys should be considered in the same boat and anything is possible.

The Cowboys sit at 2-7, losing 7 consecutive games in the process, but now have their savior back from a clavicle injury.

Romo left midway through the second game of the season and was placed on injured reserve and is finally eligible to return in Week 11 against the Miami Dolphins.

 

 

The Cowboys could not stay afloat with the quarterback carousel of Brandon Weeden and Matt Cassel. To make room for Romo on the roster, the team released Brandon Weeden.

The Cowboys did not allow themselves to have any margin for error down the stretch already losing 7 games. The Cowboys will have to win tough games against Carolina and Green Bay to have chance in the NFC East.

It's virtually impossible, but the Cleveland Indians did it with Lou Brown.