Hey man, sorry to hear your were injured, but glad to hear it was a relatively short setback and at a time that it shouldn't mess up your race plans.
As for how to work back into things, I would suggest since you are following Daniels, then follow Daniels' suggestions for working back after an injury.
Not sure if you have version 1 or 2 of the book. I'm working from version 1, and in the "Taking Time Off" chapter, pages 173 & 174 (tables 9.1 & 9.2) will answer your question.
He suggests for time off from running 6-28 days, then you take the same amount of time (6-28 days) at an adjusted load/intensity. In your case, 14 days off = 14 days at an adjusted load.
Now, what is the "adjusted load"? For the 6-28 day category, the first half (days 1-7) is all "E" pace, at 50% of previous volume. The second half (days 8-14) is all "E" pace, at 75% of previous volume.
Now you have volume... the other part of your adjusted load is intensity. Table 9.1 covers that. He has one column if you cross trained, and another if you didn't. Since you only cross trained 2 days, go with "didn't" (for only 2 weeks off, it really isn't much of a difference). So, for 2 weeks off, he suggests adjusting your pre-injury VDOT down by .973. So, 16:40 shape is around 61.5 VDOT, then .973 * 61.5 = 59.8 VDOT. SO, round up to 60 VDOT "E" pace for the 2 weeks ramp up.
After those two weeks, I'd ease my way into Phase II if everything feels good.
If you can learn from my mistakes, just be patient these first 2 weeks back. If you are back to 100% in 2 weeks, you've lost nothing big for your spring season. If you get just a little too aggressive in get re-injured, you lose another month.... by the time you take a few weeks off and then ramp back up. Of course, then you'll be tempted to rush things even more (since spring is closer), and you can dig yourself a big hole if you get greedy.
Stay true to Daniels this cycle, and see where it takes you. You'll probably be pleased. Oh, and don't bail after phase II or III if you don't feel like you're seeing the progress you want. I've heard many people getting a nice performance bump only after finishing phase IV.
Oh, and read the whole book (I'm guessing you haven't or you wouldn't have needed to ask here). Don't just follow the plan. Knowing the "whys" behind the program will help you in the short & long term.
Best of luck!