Nothing works for Cowboys defense
Posted Monday, Nov. 08, 2010
By Charean Williams
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The yards, the points and the Lambeau Leaps just kept coming for the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. It was like a broken record.
"We didn't the stop the pass this game," Cowboys coach Wade Phillips said. "We played poorly defensively. We haven't played well man-to-man.... It's something we've got to keep working on."
The Packers scored 28 points in the second quarter, the most points they have had in a quarter since a 1992 game against the Rams, who were in Los Angeles then. It tied the Cowboys' record for futility -- the most points allowed in a quarter. (The Cowboys allowed 28 in the second quarter of a 2004 game against the Eagles.)
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