Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Aaron Rodgers leads Green Bay Packers to memorable win

Aaron Rodgers leads Green Bay Packers to memorable win

But with Aaron Rodgers looking like the star that he is, the Packers came all the way back for a scintillating 35-31 victory over the stunned Cowboys.

First, the aforementioned Aaron Jones shined in his first career start, finishing with 19 carries, 125 yards and a touchdown.

The hearts of every Cowboys fan in Jerry World were ripped out and stomped on as it took Rodgers and the best red-zone offense in football only nine plays to score the game winning touchdown.

Two years ago, the Cowboys lost to the Packers in a game that universally became known as The Catch.

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Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott led the Cowboys on a 17-play, 79-yard drive in the fourth quarter.

I've seen and heard plenty of analysts already dubbing Prescott's season as a "sophomore slump" even though I believe the quarterback is the only reason the team has won two games.

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers breaks tackles and gains 18 yards on the scramble late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's matchup against the Cowboys.

The final blow came with a perfectly placed pass to Adams over rookie Cowboys cornerback Jourdan Lewis in the back left side of the end zone with only 11 seconds left, the touchdown securing Green Bay the win, 35-31.

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The Cowboys are now 2-3, and while there's certainly no shame in losing to the Packers or at Denver, and apparently none in losing to the Rams, either, the bottom line is they're two games behind the Eagles. A tie game is different than when you need a field goal to tie, a touchdown to win. Rodgers went his way on first down only to have the pass broken up.

"We had time", a nonchalant Rodgers said of driving his offense 75 yards down the field in just over a minute. Crosby missed two extra-point attempts, and then Rodgers slung a pass too far for wide receiver Jordy Nelson's outstretched arms on a two-point conversion attempt.

Dallas RB Ezekiel Elliott, meanwhile, ended a three-game drought without 100 yards, finishing with 116 yards on 29 carries, but the Cowboys (2-3) still slipped to a third defeat, matching the number of losses they managed in the entire 2016 season. The drive stalled at the Packers' 25-yard line, but Dan Bailey was good on the 43-yard field goal to give Dallas back the lead, 24-22. Randall delivered a pick-six a week after being benched and removed from the sideline.

The Cowboys raced to a 21-6 advantage in the second quarter. He also rushed for a TD to put the Cowboys ahead with a little over a minute left in the game. "That's the one turnover of the game". He began with 14-yard completions to Adams and to tight end Martellus Bennett.

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"What we wanted was keep the ball away from him", Jones said, referring to Rodgers, "obviously we needed to score a touchdown, and we'll be second-guessing those last two calls, and I know you will, as well, for a long time".

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