Rodgers Caps Brilliant Game with Heroic Finish to End Cowboys’ Storybook Season
By Mike Freeman, NFL National Lead Writer
~ARLINGTON, Texas — So, this is the scene. It seems to come straight from a Hollywood scriptwriter’s mind.
Two Pro Bowl rookies make the playoffs for America’s most popular football... [More]
McGinn: Rating the Packers vs. Cowboys
From Bob McGinn at the Green Bay Press-Gazette
~GREEN BAY – Now owner Jerry Jones and son Stephen, his top personnel man, understand keen disappointment when it comes to playoff football between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers.
Matthews & Peppers have to play like Superstars to have chance in Atlanta
By Brian E. Murphy, Packers Insider senior editor
Clay Matthews needs to repeat this scene a few times Sunday afternoon in Atlanta
~The Green Packers defense features more than triple the amount of first round draft picks as the offense... [More]
Packers put Dagger through the heart of Texas
By Gary D’Amato, PackersNews.com
~Arlington, Texas – Seconds before Mason Crosby made the 51-yard field goal to end one of the best, wildest, craziest games in Green Bay Packers history, teammate Datone Jones looked the kicker in the... [More]
Practice makes perfect for Cook sideline dance
From Tom Silverstein, PackersNews.com
~ARLINGTON, Texas – In practice last week, Jared Cook’s teammates got a sneak preview inside the Don Hutson Center of what would be the big Green Bay Packers tight end’s most important play of... [More]
Aaron Rodgers is redefining what it means to be a great NFL quarterback
From Dieter Kurtenbach, Fox Sports @dkurtenbach
~Jan 15, 2017 at 9:52p ET
Two plays earlier, Aaron Rodgers looked mortal — he didn’t see a blitzing Jeff Heath, and the Cowboys safety hit him from behind so hard that it’s a minor miracle... [More]
Mason Crosby kicked the ugliest/greatest field goal in NFL history
By Chris Korman, USA Today
~What you just watched – a knuckle kick? – gave Green Bay a 31-28 lead over Dallas in the final two minutes of their NFC divisional round game.
Don’t ask me to explain how it worked. It just did.
Rodgers drew up final play call playground style
By Dan Hanzus, NFL.com
~The Legend of Aaron Rodgers is growing by the hour.
The football world is still catching its breath after the Packers‘ insane 34-31 win over the Cowboys at Jerrah World on Sunday. Turns out Rodgers’ 36-yard... [More]
Rodgers-to-Cook joins list of legendary clutch NFL playoff catches
By David Steele, The Sporting News
~Aaron Rodgers was already in the all-time NFL quarterback pantheon. Now he has a throw on the list of the all-time greatest, biggest, most clutch and most unforgettable. He’s in some select company — he... [More]
Packers hold off Cowboys’ comeback, reach NFC title game
From Chris Wesseling, NFL.com
~Mason Crosby drilled a pair of field goals over 50 yards in the final 98 seconds, leading the Green Bay Packers to a thrilling 34-31 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Here’s... [More]
Thriller: Crosby Kicks Packers into NFC Championship Game in Atlanta
From Brian E Murphy, Packers Insider Senior Editor
The Captain Kicks the Packers season into Atlanta
~Did your defibrillator have batteries in it?
After too many years of the Packers being eliminated in January playoff heartbreaks, especially... [More]
5 things to watch in Cowboys-Packers game
By Drew Davison, Star-Telegram
Youngsters Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson started their careers with consecutive wins over Rodgers and the Packers, both regular season and playoffs. Is Dak next?
Rookie quarterback Dak... [More]
Who has the edge between the Cowboys and Packers?
By Drew Davison, Star-Telegram
Dak Prescott and Aaron Rodgers Star-Telegram; AP
Cowboys: Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott has exceeded expectations by every measure, tying the NFL record for most wins by a rookie QB (13) and... [More]
Insider: Thumbs up to Davante Adams
From Tommy Silverstein
THE BIG PICTURE
Lucky No. 7 turned out to be as strange as a victory can be, but given it was a wild-card playoff game and the loser is done for the year, the Green Bay Packers were more than happy to endure the bumpy... [More]
Packers top Giants, 38-13, in wild-card round
From Mike Spofford at Packers.com
~QB Aaron Rodgers throws four TD passes, three to WR Randall Cobb
Randall Cobb celebrates another Packers Hail Mary to end the first half. The touchdown gave the Packers an improbable 14-6 halftime lead, despite... [More]
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