PHILADELPHIA — No Romo. No Dez. No problem.

Tony Romo joined Dez Bryant on the injured list with a broken left collarbone, but the Dallas Cowboys shut down 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 a 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 win.

It’s a costly victory for Dallas, however.

Romo suffered a similar injury in Week 7 in 2010 and missed the rest of the season. The team said he’ll be evaluated on Monday.

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 (0-2) had 21 yards in the first half and finished with 226.

Romo was knocked out of the game in the third quarter when Jordan Hicks sacked him. Fletcher Cox recovered Romo’s fumble, and Bradford drove the offense to the Cowboys 3 before Sean Lee intercepted his pass in the end zone.

PACKERS 27, SEAHAWKS 17: Aaron Rodgers connected with Richard Rodgers for the go-ahead touchdown pass in the third quarter, and the Green Bay Packers held on to win a rematch of last season’s NFC championship game.

BROWNS 28, TITANS 14: Johnny Manziel threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Travis Benjamin on Cleveland’s second play, and Benjamin also returned a punt 78 yards for a TD as the Browns (1-1) won their home opener for just the third time since 1999.

Marcus Mariota threw two TD passes in the second half for the Titans (1-1) but was sacked seven times.

BUCCANEERS 29, SAINTS 19: Jameis Winston passed for a touchdown and ran for another, and visiting Tampa Bay (1-1) held on against mistake-prone New Orleans (0-2).

RAIDERS 37, RAVENS 33: Derek Carr threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Seth Roberts with 26 seconds left to cap the most productive day of his young career and lead Oakland (1-1) to a win at home.

Carr threw for a career-high 351 yards and three touchdowns and overcame a late interception.

Joe Flacco threw for 384 yards and two scores for the Ravens (0-2).

VIKINGS 26, LIONS 16: Adrian Peterson had 192 total yards and Minnesota (1-1) beat visiting Detroit (0-2).

Peterson, playing in front of a pro-Vikings crowd for the first time in 658 days, rushed 29 times for 134 yards after receiving a pregame standing ovation.

JAGUARS 23, DOLPHINS 20: Jason Myers kicked a 28-yard field goal with 40 seconds remaining to give Jacksonville (1-1) a win over visiting Miami (1-1).

CARDINALS 48, BEARS 23: Carson Palmer threw for four touchdowns to lead visiting Arizona (2-0), while Chicago (0-2) lost Jay Cutler to a hamstring injury.

Palmer connected with Larry Fitzgerald for three TDs, and David Johnson returned the opening kickoff a club-record 108 yards and added a rushing TD.

STEELERS 43, 49ERS 18: Ben Roethlisberger passed for 369 yards and three touchdowns, and DeAngelo Williams tied a team record with three rushing scores for Pittsburgh (1-1) in a win over visiting San Francisco (1-1).

BENGALS 24, CHARGERS 19: Andy Dalton threw three touchdown passes, and Cincinnati (2-0) beat visiting San Diego (1-1).

FALCONS, 24, GIANTS 20: Julio Jones caught a perfect 37-yard pass from Matt Ryan, setting up Devonta Freeman’s 2-yard touchdown run with 1:14 remaining that lifted Atlanta (2-0) to a win at New York (0-2).

WASHINGTON 24, RAMS 10: Rookie Matt Jones ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns, and Washington (1-1) defeated visiting St. Louis (1-1).

PANTHERS 24, TEXANS 17: Cam Newton threw two touchdown passes and somersaulted into the end zone for another score, leading Carolina (2-0) past visiting Houston (0-2).

Newton was 18 of 37 for 195 yards and ran for 77 yards.