ARLINGTON, Texas – Tony Romo doesn’t care about winning in style. He’s leading the Dallas Cowboys to victories, and that’s all that matters.

Romo overcame a pair of early interceptions by throwing two touchdown passes to Laurent Robinson, and rookie Dan Bailey made a 28-yard field goal as time expired Thursday, giving Dallas Cowboys a 20-19 victory against the Miami Dolphins.

The Cowboys (7-4) were never able to grab control but also never trailed by more than six points. The defense gave up scores on four straight series but limited the damage because three of those were field goals. They finally got a stop with Dallas trailing 19-17.

Romo took over on his 36 with 2:59 left. He completed a few passes, then DeMarco Murray kept grinding out yards and winding down the clock to set up Bailey’s winner.

“We did enough to give ourselves a chance to win the game,” Dallas Coach Jason Garrett said.

This was the second straight game that Bailey ended with a field goal, and the fourth time this season.

The kick was his 26th straight made field goal, matching the second-best in club history.

Dallas won its fourth straight, continuing its best streak since a division championship season in 2009. The Cowboys also grabbed sole possession of first place in the NFC East, moving a half-game ahead of the Giants. New York will play Monday night at New Orleans.

Miami (3-8) had won three straight. The Dolphins hadn’t allowed a touchdown for 13 quarters before Robinson’s first TD with 55 seconds left in the first half.

PACKERS 27, LIONS 15: Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and visiting Green Bay built a big lead in the third quarter, taking advantage of Ndamukong Suh’s ejection at Detroit.

The defending champion Packers are 11-0 for the first time in franchise history and have won a team-record 17 straight, including the playoffs.

Green Bay easily passed what was expected to be one of its toughest tests toward joining the 2007 New England Patriots as the NFL’s only teams to have 16-0 regular seasons.

The Lions fell to 7-4, losing a franchise-record eighth straight Thanksgiving game.

Suh was tossed for stepping on Evan Dietrich-Smith’s arm in the third quarter and Matthew Stafford threw three interceptions.

RAVENS 16, 49ERS 6: Baltimore (8-3) sacked Alex Smith nine times and beat visiting San Francisco (9-2), giving John Harbaugh an emotional charge in the first NFL game featuring brothers as opposing head coaches.

The Ravens chased, hindered and battered Smith for much of the night despite playing without middle linebacker Ray Lewis, the team’s leading tackler and spiritual leader. Lewis was inactive for a second straight game with a foot injury.

The nine sacks tied a franchise record, accomplished twice previously.

San Francisco had its eight-game winning streak broken under rookie coach Jim Harbaugh.