1. Julius Jones' Fumble
The Seahawks were trying to answer the Cowboys' first touchdown in the first quarter and got to the Cowboys' 35 before Marcus Spears stripped Julius Jones of the ball. Anthony Henry recovered at the Cowboys' 28. The Cowboys took the ball and added another score just moments later for a 14-0 lead.
2. First Ware Sack
DeMarcus Ware had a field day Thursday with three sacks, but his first one proved to be a big setback for the Seahawks, who faced a first-and-15 at the Dallas 23. Ware's sack around All-Pro Walter Jones put the Seahawks back to the 31 and they never recovered, settling for a field goal, trimming the lead to just 14-3.
3. Consecutive Sacks
With Seattle driving to the Cowboys 11-yard line late in the first half and trailing 24-3, Matt Hasselbeck was sacked on two straight plays - a four-yard loss by Ware and then a five-yard loss on Bradie James' sack. The Seahawks settled for another field goal. Down just two touchdowns to start the second half, with the ball coming out of halftime, would've been much different than down 18.
4. T.O.' s Juggling Catch
On third-and-six from the Cowboys' 48, Romo fired a deep ball to Owens down the sideline with the receiver making a one-handed, tip catch for 33 yards. That set up a 19-yard touchdown on the next play, putting the game completely out of reach at 31-9.
5. Newman's Pick
The outcome was already decided, but the interception kept the game from looking any different than it was. This was a blowout, and a Seattle touchdown might have changed that perception. Newman picked off Hasselbeck in the end zone, giving the Cowboys a pick in four straight games, including two from Newman.