IRVING, Texas (AP) - Tony Romo is pretty used to this drill by now.
Make a big mistake late to cost the Dallas Cowboys a chance to win. Say he wishes he had that throw back. Vow to be better the next time.
The latest routine was triggered by an interception that gave Green Bay new life in a 37-36 win after the Packers trailed by 23 at halftime.
Now Romo and the Cowboys have to bounce back again Sunday at Washington.
If they do, they'll get to play for the NFC East title in the finale against Philadelphia at home. If not, they could be eliminated from the playoffs for the fourth straight year.