SHIELDS GETS PICK IN THE END ZONE

In a scoreless game, the Cowboys were looking to get on the board first on third-and-goal from the 3-yard line, but backup QB Matt Cassel’s pass deflected off the hands of WR Dez Bryant, and Packers CB Sam Shields intercepted it. It was Shields’ team-leading third INT of the season.

STARKS TAKES IT TO THE HOUSE

With the Packers trying to add to a 14-7 lead in the fourth quarter, RB James Starks took a handoff up the middle and burst through untouched, going 30 yards in all for the score. It was Starks’ second TD of the game, following a 13-yard reception in the second quarter.

LACY RUMBLES DOWN TO THE 1, THEN SCORES

RB Eddie Lacy capped his best day of the season with a 24-yard run late in the fourth quarter. Carrying several Dallas tacklers with him, Lacy got all the way to the 1-yard line and nearly scored. He then took it in on the next play, finishing off a 24-carry, 124-yard game, his third 100-yard rushing game in the last four weeks.

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