It's going to be tough to top Sunday's loss.
- The Cowboys set a franchise record with 332 yards in the first half, jumped out to a 26-3 advantage -- and they still lost.
- Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was intercepted on Dallas' final two drives. He made a terrible throw on a pass to Miles Austin that set up the Packers to take the lead. (Give Packers cornerback Sam Shields a ton of credit for making a terrific play, but it was a brutal throw and decision by Romo.) On Romo's next interception, there was a miscommunication with slot receiver Cole Beasley.
On Romo's first interception, Miles Austin was open for a huge gain. Romo was pressured and made a bad throw. This was more about execution than coaching.
- Romo had a run-pass option on the throw to Austin.
"I think he'll be the first one to tell you he probably should have run the ball in that situation," coach Jason Garrett said after the game.
After seeing Flynn direct five consecutive touchdown drives, anything is possible.