But what you missed, in all likelihood, was a lot more. For instance, it was obvious throughout the game that the Packers missed their two injured defensive stars, CB Charles Woodson and DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, even more than Favre. And that penalties, Green Bay had 142 yards' worth, played a huge factor because a couple of long pass interference calls that went against Green Bay set up two Dallas TDs. And that Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens (7 catches, 156 yards, 1 TD) looked stupendous for two quarters and then allowed a sure touchdown bounce off his hands into the arms of Packers CB Al Harris. But that overall Harris had a dreadful game along with the rest of the Green Bay secondary. And Tony Romo (above with Owens) was the beneficiary of that shaky secondary and a lack of Green Bay pass pressure, throwing for four (should have been five) touchdown passes. And that a relatively unknown Cowboy, the speedy Miles Austin, had a huge impact with his kickoff returns and by drawing two long pass interference penalties. And that Packers coach Mike McCarthy essentially sealed his team's fate when he decided not to go for it on fourth-and-inches at the Dallas 35-yard line and kicked a long field goal instead with about five minutes left in the game.