At last, Packers fans have something to smile about again.
Green Bay snapped a five-game losing streak with a thrilling 31-28 overtime win over the Cowboys on Sunday. Aaron Rodgers (14-of-20 passing, 224 yards, three TDs, no INTs) led his team back from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit in front of a joyous crowd at Lambeau Field.
The Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers absolutely have a spell over the Dallas Cowboys. Leading by 14 points entering the fourth quarter, the Cowboys never scored again. That included a drive to start overtime that got into long field goal range. A missed DPI call on Jaire Alexander put the Cowboys in fourth down, but instead of risking giving Rodgers the ball at midfield, Dallas went for it, and failed.
The Packers drove down the field and a Mason Crosby field goal sent Mike McCarthy and his troops back south losers in the head coach’s return to the place he called home. Dallas comes out of their bye week with a defeat, falling to 6-3 on the season after a 31-28 loss.
Quarterback Dak Prescott had to recover after a horrid start, where he and his receivers weren’t on the same page. They did though, and looked to have worked out their issues until the fourth quarter came around. Prescott threw two interceptions but finished with three scores. He was matched by Rodgers, who completed three touchdowns to rookie WR Christian Watson despite the Packers’ running game gashing Dallas’ defense for 207 yards on the ground.
Dallas is now 2.5 games behind the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles, two games behind the 8-1 Minnesota Vikings and a game behind the New York Giants. The hunt for the No. 1 seed is all but over, with eight games remaining on the season. The Cowboys will get a chance to recover, on the road next week against the Vikings who have now won seven games in a row.
Cowboys: At Minnesota on Sunday.
Packers: Host Tennessee on Thursday night.
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