Play of the Game, Continued

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Yesterday, we offered our view of the most important play from Thursday’s game.

But for me, the clear play of the game was the Packers’ failure to stop the Cowboys on 3rd and 19 deep in Cowboys territory. At the time, the score was 27-24, and if the Packers had been able to hold them on that play, we would have gotten the ball back with good field position and a chance to have our second-string quarterback lead the team on its third touchdown drive. That would have not only changed the score, but would have likely been very demoralizing to a Cowboy team that looked out of sorts at the beginning of the second half.

I still think that the 3rd and 19 play was the final turning point, but Tom Silverstein offers several plays of the game here.

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