1. Aaron Rodgers does it again.
We'll get to Rodgers' latest crunch-time finish to propel the Packers, 35-31, in Dallas momentarily.
We must talk about the Packers' next-men-up, including Aaron Jones and Damarious Randall. Both were terrific, with Jones amassing 134 scrimmage yards and a touchdown in his first-ever NFL start, including 19-125-1 on the ground to help Green Bay's play-action attack hum.
Randall, one week after being benched in the second half of "Thursday Night Football" and disappearing to the locker room, notched a pick-six for a go-ahead score midway through the fourth quarter and a key pass breakup on the next defensive series.
Kentrell Brice and Quinten Rollins also deserve credit for the way they stepped up in an injury-ravaged secondary that lost Kevin King (concussion) and Brice and Davon House (cramps) for chunks of the game.
We must also mention the Cowboys' third quarter no-show (one first down, out-possessed 11:28-3:32), Zeke Elliott-fueled fourth quarter resurgence and that ridiculous second-and-goal fade call by Jason Garrett. Elliott cranked out almost 100 of his 116 yards in the fourth quarter alone, including a heady extension on a fourth-and-inches play on Dallas' final drive that initially appeared to be stuffed, if not for Ellliott's reaching past the 19-yard line.
The Cowboys, trailing 28-24 at the time, would score just three plays later. But why, when Elliott is running as well as we've seen all season, do the Cowboys call a silly red-zone fade on second down that falls incomplete and kills the clock? At that moment, Rodgers' latest miracle comeback seemed imminent.