Aaron Rodgers found Davante Adams for a 12-yard touchdown to cap a one-minute drill and lead the Green Bay Packers to a thrilling 35-31 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Here’s what we learned in Sunday’s rematch of last season’s NFC Divisional Round playoff clash:
1. The magical Rodgers needed just 1:02 to go 75 yards in nine plays after watching Dallas pound out a masterful nine-minute drive of their own to reclaim the scoreboard with a 31-28 lead. With no timeouts and just under 30 seconds remaining, Rodgers scrambled for 18 yards to move the chains on third down and set up the game-winner. Overcoming a rash of injuries on the offensive line, at wide receiver and throughout the defense, the Packers have taken on the look of the NFC’s team to beat this season. The missed time by key starters has not only revealed Green Bay’s enviable depth on both sides of the ball, but also the requisite mental toughness to carry through the season.
2. Dak Prescott deserved a better fate after unfurling three first-half touchdown passes and rushing for the go-ahead score on a perfectly-executed
Article source: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000858721/article/aaron-rodgers-heroics-carry-packers-past-cowboys
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