Two teams started as equals. Only
one could win. These two were the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers.
Thursday, November 29, 2007, with the Packers’ Brett
Farve out of the way, Tony Romo helped led the Cowboys to a 37 to 27 victory. With
four touchdown passes, Romo aided in sending them into their sixth straight win
for the season. Additionally, he stated, “I don’t play for individual records.
That’s a testament to our team.”
Green Bay Packers’ Brett Farve was
injured during the second quarter when the opposing cornerback, Nate Jones,
took him out of the game. With some tingling and numbness in his fingers from
the blow to his elbow, he has just ten days to recover. Farve, explaining he
had a similar injury last year says, “…I think I will be fine.”
Aaron Rodgers, Brett Farve’s backup,
threw his first touchdown pass of his three year career. Yet, this wasn’t
enough to get the win and equal Farve.
Terrell Owens, of the Dallas
Cowboys gave his thoughts on the win, “We’ve got ourselves in the driver’s seat.
Now we’ve got to stay there.”