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ARLINGTON, Texas -- If the Dallas Cowboys need any Luke Stocker Youth Jersey reminder of their magical 2016 season, there's this: In five weeks, they have three losses. They lost just three games all of last season. Just as he did in January, in the divisional round of the playoffs, quarterback Aaron Rodgers tore the guts out of the Cowboys -- this time with a 12-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams with 11 seconds to play to give the Green Bay Packers a 35-31 win. After Dak Prescott's 11-yard touchdown run gave the Cowboys a 31-28 lead, Rodgers played a game of "Anything you can do, I can do better," moving Green Bay from its 25 with 1:13 remaining to the end zone by mixing in passes to Adams and Martellus Bennett, and using an 18-yard run on third-and-8 from the Dallas 30 after he escaped from Benson Mayowa and David Irving. Instead of breaking the Cowboys' hearts with a third-and-20 completion along the sideline, he was able to find Adams in single coverage with rookie cornerback Jourdan Lewis. Unfortunately for Lewis, Rodgers' pass was perfect, just over his helmet, and Adams, who was not sure he was going to play until Saturday because of a concussion, was able to get his feet in bounds. For the second time in nine months, the Cowboys scored 31 points against the Packers ... and lost. It ruined what could have been one of Prescott's best moments, directing a 17-play drive that covered 79 yards and lasted 8:43. His touchdown was out of the Mississippi State playbook, a zone-read keeper with Packers linebacker Ahmad Brooks crashing hard on Ezekiel Elliott. Prescott threw three touchdown passes on the Cowboys' first three drives, but a fourth-quarter interception Authentic Russell Wilson Youth Jersey went through Terrance Williams' hands and into those of Damarious Randall for a 21-yard pick-six. It was Prescott's fourth interception of the season. Just as the Cowboys have lost as many games so far as they did all of last year, Prescott has as many interceptions as he did a year ago. The Cowboys will have two weeks to sit on this loss and wonder which direction their season will go before playing the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 22. With back-to-back conference losses, the Cowboys did themselves no favors when it comes to tiebreakers later in the season. The Cowboys have lost two straight games at AT&T Stadium and find themselves thanking their lucky stars the New York Giants have yet to win a game and in third place in the NFC East, two games behind the Philadelphia Eagles. Most importantly, they find themselves understanding just how magical things were in 2016. Late in the fourth quarter, Beckham injured his left ankle after his lower left leg was pinned beneath a defender after attempting to catch a pass. After being attended to by Giants medical staff, Beckham was carted off the field. The receiver hurt his left ankle in the preseason, which caused him to miss the club's Week 1 game. He was quickly ruled out of the rest of the game. After the game, a source told ESPN's Jordan Ranaan that Beckham will need surgery, and ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that it was a fractured ankle. Harris left on a cart in the third quarter and was quickly ruled out for the rest of the game. While Harris is primarily a special teams contributor, his injury left the Giants with two healthy wide receivers on the active roster. During the fourth quarter, the Giants announced that Harris suffered a fracture in his foot. Shepard limped off the field during the Rob Ninkovich Womens Jersey second quarter, attempting to put minimal pressure on his left foot. Giants trainers attended to him on the sideline, but he did not return to the locker room. Like Marshall, he was declared questionable to return with an ankle injury; also like Marshall, he was later ruled out. Clay was helped to the medical tent on the sideline with help from two trainers under each arm late in the first quarter and was subsequently carted off to the locker room. Clay caught a 24-yard pass from Tyrod Taylor and then took a hit to his left leg from Bengals safety Shawn Williams, causing Clay to fall over on the sideline in pain. He was originally declared questionable to return with a knee injury before being downgraded to out. Already missing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota in Week 5, the Titans lost starting left tackle Lewan during the first quarter. The team indicated at the time that Lewan has a knee injury and was questionable to return, and Dennis Kelly took his place in the lineup. Shortly thereafter, Lewan returned to the field before leaving again in the second quarter. After the game, the team indicated that Lewan will undergo an MRI when they return to Nashville.
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