It's another do-or-die Sunday afternoon for the Green Bay Packers, ladies and gentlemen. Today they are in Dallas to play against the 7-6 Cowboys, who also need a win to maintain a realistic hope of winning their own division, as they trail the Philadelphia Eagles.
As you know by now, Aaron Rodgers has been ruled out for the Packers, meaning Matt Flynn will get the start at quarterback. Eddie Lacy is suiting up and ready to go as well against a Cowboys defense that is among the worst in the league against the run, plus will be missing its middle linebacker Sean Lee. Lacy and James Starks should be able to pick up big chunks of yardage this week and take pressure off Flynn.
Here's to the Packers' first road win against the Cowboys in 24 years!