Quick Take: Cowboys take out Favre, Packers

It was over when...
Packers CB Tramon Williams was flagged for pass interference against WR Miles Austin in the fourth quarter, with Green Bay trailing 27-24. The penalty took Dallas from the Packers' 47 all the way to the 5-yard line. Three plays later, Tony Romo found Patrick Crayton in the end zone for the clinching touchdown with 7:51 remaining.

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Romo had another impressive Thursday, going 19 of 30 for 309 yards and four touchdowns. His lone interception came when a wide open Terrell Owens juggled a pass in the end zone that ended up in the hands of Packers CB Al Harris.

Key stat
The Packers were flagged for nine penalties, totaling 142 yards.

Noteworthy
The game marked the first time two teams with records of 10-1 or better faced off since the 10-1 New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers played on Dec. 3, 1990, and just the eighth time in NFL history. ... While making a second quarter pass, Brett Favre took a hit on his right elbow by blitzing DB Nate Jones. The play resulted in an interception by CB Terrence Newman -- Favre's second of the game. Favre was replaced by third-year QB Aaron Rodgers on the ensuing posession and did not return. Rodgers finished the game 18 of 26 for 201 yards and one touchdown. ... Favre's first quarter interception was his first in 139 pass attempts. ... Romo's four TD passes gave him 33 on the season and moved him past Danny White for the single-season team record for touchdown passes (30). ... With three catches for 42 yards, Crayton set a new season high in reception yards (524), eclipsing his former high of 516 set last season. ... With his 10-yard TD reception in the second quarter, Owens now has 14 on the season, eclipsing his total from 2006 and matching the Cowboys team record held by Frank Clarke.

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