DeMarco Murray had a big day running the football, but it wasn't enough to avoid a tough loss for the Cowboys against the Packers, 37-36, at home.
Tony Romo managed a decent 29 for 48 with 358 yards passing, two touchdowns and two picks. Matt Flynn finished 26 for 39 with 299 yards passing, four touchdowns and one pick for the Packers.
Murray was a standout player for the Cowboys, rushing for 134 yards on 18 attempts with a touchdown and had four receptions for 19 yards. Dez Bryant was a leading receiver, hauling in 11 passes for 153 yards while adding a touchdown.
The Dallas defense allowed 150 yards rushing and 299 passing. They sacked Flynn two times.
Finally, Dan Bailey was perfect, making all five of the field goals he attempted.
Packers running back Eddie Lacy could not be contained, putting up 141 yards rushing, 30 receiving and one touchdown. Tight end Andrew Quarless also put together a noteworthy performance with 66 receiving yards and one touchdown.
Next week, the Cowboys head to Landover to face the Redskins (3-11) while the Packers host the Steelers (5-8).
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