While tonight may be more widely seen as a coming-out party for Miles Austin, and a continuation of the Cowboys establishing themselves as the top team in the league (which means nothing three games in), two plays stood out, and they were both made by Terrell Owens, who otherwise had a very quiet night. Neither play involved a catch.
Instead, after Romo's interception into the end zone in the second quarter, Nick Collins threatened to go the distance, and Owens was pushed down at the 10 yard line at the start of Collins' return. But rather than stay down, he got up, turned on the jets, and caught the dude near midfield, saving a possible touchdown that turned into just a field goal.
Soon thereafter, when Felix Jones burst across the line and raced towards the left sideline, first Whitten made a key block, and then it was Owens who provided a one-man convoy, pushing two Packers out of the way to clear the path.
Two years later, Cowboys' fans have embraced the guy because after a rocky first season with Bledsoe, he's managed to become a team player for the most part, and who would've thought he'd be an afterthought compared to Josh Howard in the category of negative sideshows.