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A formerly stumped Maurice Jones-Drew figured things out Sunday inside the gargantuan airplane hanger where the Dallas Cowboys play their home games. David Garrard only threw four incomplete passes, while Cowboys passer Jon Kitna threw four interceptions. The final score read 35-17, Jacksonville, and it was not as close as it appeared.
Owner Jerry Jones apologized to Cowboys fans after the game, a rather pathetic and empty gesture that seems unlikely to help Dallas turn things around. Jacksonville should have been an easy win. Now the 'Boys must take on a Packers team that seems to be finding its feet a bit after a rough start of their own. In a game where they might have made a positive statement, the Cowboys laid an egg, and may be in some long-term trouble.
On the other side of the ball, Jacksonville did great things this week and may yet be on the fringe of an extraordinarily competitive AFC South race. They are the worst team in that division both on paper and the field, but somehow their record stands at 4-4 and they beat Indianapolis at home in Week 4. Their four picks in Sunday's win doubled their total for the season, which is crucial because the team has been awful in the turnover department this year.