It’s all over for the Dallas Cowboys. After a season in which they went 13-3 and had the number one seed in the NFC, the Green Bay Packers came into Dallas, Texas and took them out of the postseason. It was a tight and exciting game, but in the end, the Packers are moving on after a nail-biting win with the final score of 34:31.
Rodgers was on fire to start off the match and the second half. Jared Cook made a lot of plays, and so did Alison, Cobb, and Addams. They all stepped in for injured Jordy Nelson and were valuable weapons for Rodgers.
After they had grabbed a 21:3 lead, the Dallas Cowboys woke up and started playing better on both sides of the ball. In one moment they were down 28:13, Dak Prescott led the squad to two Touchdowns, and he even ran into the endzone for a successful two-point conversion. Two clutch kicks left the ball in the hands of Aaron Rodgers.
After a big scramble outside the pocket, Aaron was able to find Jared Cook who made a beautiful catch with his feet in bounds. That put the Packers on Dallas 33 yard line with three seconds left to play.
Crosby was ready to fire a 50-yard game-winning field goal. He split the uprights on his first shot, but the Dallas Cowboys’ called a timeout in an attempt to ice the kicker.
To some extent they did, as Crosby’s second kick was sailing left, but it was just inside the left upright and good enough for Green Bay’s win and Dallas Cowboys’ elimination from the Playoffs.