Throwing for several scores, Matt Flynn led the way to a close victory for the Packers against the Cowboys, 37-36, in Arlington.
An exceptional performance for Flynn was capped by four touchdowns on 26 of 39 passing for 299 yards and one pick. In comparison, Tony Romo went 29 of 48 with 358 yards passing, two touchdowns and two picks for the Cowboys.
Eddie Lacy was a key factor for the Packers, running all over the Cowboys for 141 yards on 21 carries with a touchdown in addition to four receptions for 30 yards. Andrew Quarless was a highlight, pulling in six passes for 66 yards with a touchdown.
The Green Bay defense was bad, allowing 358 yards passing and 134 rushing. They brought down Romo for three sacks.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant provided some spark with 153 receiving yards and one touchdown. Running back DeMarco Murray also had a noteworthy performance with 134 rushing yards, 19 receiving and one touchdown.
The Packers will play host to the Steelers (5-8) next week while the Cowboys head to Landover to face off with the Redskins (3-11).
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