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It's our weekly look at who's up and who's down following the Dallas Cowboys' loss to the Green Bay Packers.
DeMarcus Ware: With two more sacks Sunday, he's got seven for the season while playing with a stress fracture.
Anthony Spencer: Sure he has no sacks, but he's playing well against the run and providing pressure. Spencer had eight tackles, two tackles for loss and one quarterback hurry on the stat sheet.
Stephen Bowen: The defensive line is so underrated with the Cowboys. Bowen was busy Sunday with three tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.
Patrick Crayton: He 's never going to wow you with his return ability. That's fine. But after scoring two touchdowns on punt returns in consecutive weeks, he had one return for seven yards vs. the Eagles and only averaged 8.2 yards per return against the Packers.
Offensive line: The Cowboys allowed five sacks and had communication issues. Plus, the line lost starting right tackle Marc Colombo for the season. Tony Romo dropped back 44 times and was hit 11 times.
Roy Williams: Yes, Mr. Williams had five catches for 105 yards and one touchdown, but a drop -- caused by the lights -- and a fumble -- caused by CB Charles Woodson -- were major slip-ups.