Immediately after the game in a jubilant Cowboys' locker room, receiver Terrell Owens shared his thoughts on his two-catch night that included one near disastrous drop in the waning moments.
On his involvement in the offense: "It didn't bother me. I was open a lot of times. For whatever reason, we had some long shots. There were balls long and out of bounds. I tried to do whatever I could all night. It was tough. I felt like I had opportunities. It was a lot of tight, close coverage."
Owens nearly caught a 2-point conversion that would have tied the game with 20 seconds remaining. Tony Romo's pass to the corner of the endzone was a little short, and Owens nearly caught the ball but Bills defensive back Jabari Greer broke it up with his helmet.
"It was just a situation where I tried to adjust to it," Owens said. "The ball was kinda under thrown. It was on (Greer's) helmet and I tried to reach over."
But easily the biggest moment of the night that could have put Owens in the headlines for the wrong reasons was his dropped pass immediately after the Cowboys' recovered the onside kick. Owens appeared to catch the ball at the 25-yard line, but replays showed he dropped it and the play was over turned.
"I felt like I was underneath it. It was one of those plays," Owens said.
Overall, a frustrating night for Owens until the very, very end.
"It was frustration a little bit," he said. "I felt there were some opportunities there when I was open and it just didn't happen. The game is over. We won the game. It's something we can obviously correct."
- Mac Engel