GREEN BAY WI - NOVEMBER 07: Head coach Wade Phillips of the Dallas Cowboys complains to a referee during a game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on November 7 2010 in Green Bay Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

The Walking Dead: Cowboys Continue To Decompose In 45-7 Loss To Packers

Four fumbles and only one score later, the Dallas Cowboys got flat-out dominated by the Green Bay Packers on national television by the score of 45-7.

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Blogging The Boys: 'Please Jerry Jones, Do Something'

After Dallas’ 45-7 loss to Green Bay on Sunday night, we’re past the point of hyperbole for Cowboy fans. They’re far too proud a fanbase to sit back and let this continue without consequences. Cowboy blog Blogging The Boys is asking Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to do, well, anything at this point.

They’re fundamentally broken. The Dallas Cowboys of 2010 have plunged to the depths of the NFL; the absolute beatdown they took from the Green Bay Packers to the tune of 45-7 should be enough to wake up Jerry Jones. Something has to be done. If the most die-hard of Cowboys fans, and I count myself as one, no longer want to watch the games, then you have a serious problem. I don’t even care who you replace Wade Phillips with, you could name Dave Campo coach on Monday morning and I’d be okay with it. Seriously.

The New York Giants game was the game that officially killed us, now we’re just watching a decaying corpse. It’s an old cliché; you can’t fire the whole team so you fire the coach. Well, there is truth in that statement. The blame can be spread far and wide for this performance, but Jerry Jones isn’t firing himself, so Wade is the guy who has to go. The point is, whatever you choose to do if you fire Wade, whoever you put in charge, it just doesn’t matter. This team is disintegrating; just give us a reason to watch them again. You can’t keep foisting back-to-back blowouts on us where the Dallas Cowboys look like a jayvee team masquerading as NFL players.

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Cowboys Vs. Packers: Cowboys Officially Left For Dead After 45-7 Shellacking By Packers

Earlier on Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings confirmed to the world that they were not about to pack it in this season. Later on, the Dallas Cowboys confirmed to the world they were most certainly going to pack it in this season. They did so, conveniently, against the Packers, who trounced them 45-7.

The Dallas Cowboys train wreck of a season made a stop in Green Bay tonight, where everything was right on par with the rest of the 2010 season for Dallas as they lost 45-7.

The first quarter remained scoreless for both teams, something that might be a feat for the Cowboys defense. Green Bay began the rout in the second quarter, scoring 28 points. Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdowns while Brandon Jackson ran for one. Nick Collins returned a Bryan McCann fumble on a kickoff for a touchdown, giving Green Bay a 28-0 lead.

Dez Bryant brought the Cowboys a bit closer before the half closed, catching a touchdown pass from Jon Kitna to bring the game to 28-7 at half.

Dallas wouldn’t score again for the rest of the night. All told, the Cowboys committed four turnovers, including a fourth quarter pick-six by Kitna that capped the Green Bay scoring. The Cowboys ran 14 times for 39 yards in the losing effort.

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Cowboys Vs. Packers: Clay Matthews First-Career Interception Goes For 62-Yards And A Touchdown

The Cowboys were having a rough night. And that was before Clay Matthews intercepted Jon Kitna’s pass and ran it 62 yards for a touchdown to make it 45-7 Packers in the 4th quarter. The ball was tipped by A.J. Hawk and Matthews made the grab from there.

Kitna is now 13-of-22 for 126 yards, one TD and two INTs on the night.

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Cowboys Vs. Packers: Try As They Might, Dallas Just Can't Stop Aaron Rodgers As Packers Take 35-7 Lead

With the ball deep in their own red zone, the Cowboys went into quarters coverage, a notoriously tough defense to defeat so close to the goal. A testament to how bad the Cowboys defense is playing, Aaron Rodgers picked up a blitz coming from his left and hit James Jones in front of the zone for the score.

35-7 Packers with eight minutes left in the third. Might be time to pull that miracle out, Wade.

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