Legendary senior writer, Packers lead blogger & NFC North columnist jclombardi presents Packers "great, good, bad & ugly" awards.

GREAT: 

1.  Rookie RB Lacy—impressive 171 total yards (141 rushing & 30 passing) .

2. QB Flynn—led 2nd half comeback with 5 straight scoring drives; 299 passing yards & 4 touchdowns.

3. WR Boykin—6 big catches for 83 yards.

GOOD:

1. TE Quarless—6 catches for 66 yards & touchdown.

2. WR Nelson—5 catches for 61 yards & touchdown.

3. WR Jones—3 big catches for 49 yards & touchdown.

4. CB Shields—huge momentum interception at midfield allowed Packers to score go ahead score.

5. CB Williams--big interception to end Dallas late drive & 9 tackles.

BAD:

1. Packers defense—excluding two big interceptions (CBs Shields & Williams), they gave up 466 total yards (134 rushing yards & 332 passing yards), 3 touchdowns & 5 field goals. OLB Jones & Safety Burnett both struggled in the game.

2. Referees—OLB Neal was not offside as a Cowboys lineman had moved before the snap. They should have called offensive penalty.

3. OT Barclay--rough first half allowing 2 sacks.

UGLY:

1. Dallas Cowboys—two big QB Romo interceptions helped the Packers comeback victory.

COMMENTARY: Its always better to be lucky than good! Fate & luck are strange bedfellows. The Packers were lucky to get veteran backup QB Flynn back in time to lead to two straight victories. Of course, while the cheesedungtv fools (specifically BC) panicked early calling for laughable backup Wisconsin QB Tolzien, the Packers made the right adjustments at half-time including better play calling & pass protection to open up the game. QB Flynn & big defensive turnovers led the Pack to victory.