PHILADELPHIA -- Terrell Owens stuck it to the Philadelphia Eagles again.
Nearly two years to the day Owens was banished from the Eagles, the star receiver caught 10 passes for 174 yards and one touchdown to help the Dallas Cowboys dismantle Philadelphia 38-17 on Sunday night.
Tony Romo threw three scoring passes, Marion Barber had 106 total yards and one score, and the NFC East-leading Cowboys improved to 7-1 for the first time since 1995.
Desperately needing a victory to have any hope of defending their division championship, the last-place Eagles (3-5) were dominated on both sides.
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It's the worst start for Philadelphia since Andy Reid became coach in 1999. Reid had a tumultuous week, missing practice Thursday to be in court with his two oldest sons. A judge sentenced Garrett and Britt Reid to prison and likened Reid's home to a "drug emporium."
From the start, it was clear Reid and the Eagles were in for a tough night.
Donovan McNabb fumbled on the first play from scrimmage, and the Cowboys converted it into their first score, a 2-yard run by Julius Jones.
Owens had a key 23-yard catch on third and 6 during the drive and tormented the Eagles all night.But the disappointed Philly faithful were too angry at their team to worry about Owens' antics. So, they directed their boos at the Eagles as they ran off the field.
It got uglier after halftime when Dallas increased its lead to 28-7 on the first drive of the third quarter. Owens turned a short pass from Romo into a 45-yard touchdown.
Known for his flamboyant celebrations, Owens didn't rub it in much. He just flapped his arms again the way he used to when he was catching passes from McNabb.
After Jason Witten caught a 20-yard touchdown pass to make it 35-10 in the third quarter, the stadium emptied. No one wanted to stay around and watch Owens celebrate anymore.
LIONS 44, BRONCOS 7, at Detroit -- Jon Kitna threw two touchdown passes and the Lions scored twice on defense.
The Lions (6-2) have established themselves as a legitimate contender in the NFC and perhaps the surprise team in the league at the midway point of their season. They already have twice as many wins as last year and have matched the most victories in any season under team president Matt Millen.
Denver (3-5) has its worst record since its last losing season in 1999.
PACKERS 33, CHIEFS 22, at Kansas City, Mo. -- Add one more rare distinction to Brett Favre's glittering résumé. The Green Bay quarterback hit Greg Jennings for a 60-yard touchdown pass with 3:05 to go, giving Favre victories over each of the other 31 teams in the league.
Jennings, whose 82-yard touchdown catch on the first play of overtime lifted Green Bay (7-1) past Denver six days earlier, went streaking down the middle of the field. He beat Patrick Surtain and Donnie Edwards for the Packers' sixth consecutive road win.
BILLS 33, BENGALS 21, at Orchard Park, N.Y. -- Rookie running back Marshawn Lynch threw for a touchdown and scored another rushing against the defensively porous Bengals.
It was a breakout performance for Lynch, who had a career-best 153 yards rushing, including a 56-yard scoring run that put away the game with 2:22 remaining. He also had an 8-yard touchdown pass to Robert Royal that put the Bills ahead for good.
The Bills (4-4) won their third in a row, their best stretch since winning six straight in 2004, and produced 479 yards of total offense, their most since gaining 579 in a 42-23 win at Seattle to end the 2000 season.
SAINTS 41, JAGUARS 24, at New Orleans -- Drew Brees threw for 445 yards and three touchdowns, and Mike McKenzie returned an interception 75 yards for a score as New Orleans won its fourth in a row.
BROWNS 33, SEAHAWKS 30 (OT), at Cleveland -- Phil Dawson kicked a 25-yard field goal in overtime to give the Browns a comeback win and their first three-game winning streak since 2001.
Jamal Lewis rushed for a career-high four touchdowns, the last with 2:17 remaining in regulation, for the Browns (5-3), who trailed 21-6 in the first half.
TITANS 20, PANTHERS 7, at Nashville, Tenn. -- Vince Young and LenDale White each ran for a touchdown, and Albert Haynesworth had three of the Titans' season-high seven sacks as Tennessee recorded its third consecutive win.
BUCCANEERS 17, CARDINALS 10, at Tampa, Fla. -- In addition to Tanard Jackson's interception in the second quarter, which set up a field goal, the Bucs limited the Cardinals to one first down and 78 total yards in the opening half. Arizona (3-5), averaging 337.3 yards per game, finished with a season-low 195.
REDSKINS 23, JETS 20 (OT), at East Rutherford, N.J. -- Shaun Suisham tied a franchise record with his fifth field goal, a 46-yarder with 7:43 left in overtime.
Clinton Portis rushed for 196 yards and a touchdown in 36 carries as Washington (5-3) beat New York for the eighth time in nine meetings.