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IRVING, Texas (AP) -- For Packers fans, the wrong quarterback came out on top as the Dallas Cowboys beat Green Bay 37-27 last night in Irving, Texas. Burlington product Tony Romo led the Cowboys by passing for 309 yards and four touchdowns. The Dallas defense, meanwhile, knocked Packers quarterback Brett Favre out of the game in the second quarter with an injured right elbow and separated left shoulder. With Favre on the sideline, backup Aaron Rodgers got the most extended playing time of his three-year career and made the most of it, but it wasn't enough.
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Brett Favre says he doesn't expect last night's injuries will keep him from starting when the Packers play Oakland in Lambeau Field nine days from now. In a post-game news conference, Favre told reporters he expects to be fine for the Oakland game, although he admitted his right arm was still tingling and he probably won't know for sure until sometime next week. He says he's not too concerned about the separation of his left, non-throwing shoulder. But he says only time will tell how well he recovers from the injury to his right elbow.
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Green Bay still has a not-too-shabby 10-2 record after last night's loss to the 11-1 Dallas Cowboys. It snapped the Packers' six-game winning streak, and it gives the Cowboys the best shot at winning homefield advantage through the playoffs.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks try to turn things around tonight when they play the Knicks in New York. Milwaukee had a five-game winning streak going before losing their last two games.