2017 Divisional Round: Packers vs. Cowboys
After blowout wins in the Conference Championships, this year’s Super Bowl will feature two of the league’s very best quarterbacks.
Rod Marinelli employed a Cover-1 scheme to attempt to slow down the Green Bay Packers. Let’s see how it worked.
The APC writers weigh in on everything they saw during the Packers’ Divisional Playoff win over the Cowboys.
The secondary got yet another shuffle when the Packers’ starting strong safety had to leave the game with an injury during Sunday’s win in Dallas.
"Drew it up in the dirt" as the kids say.
Green Bay got two 50-plus-yard field goals from Mason Crosby in the last two minutes and Aaron Rodgers hit Jared Cook to set up the winner as the Packers moved on to the NFC title game.
The Packers’ safety was injured early in the game and has not returned as of the second quarter.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Packers’ best offensive lineman.
The Packers lead early, thanks to a big play from Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers’ second-year corner has not fully completed the concussion protocol and will sit out a second straight game.
Green Bay will definitely be missing its top wide receiver on Sunday, but one of his possible replacements is still no lock to play.
Rodgers continues to loom large in fantasy, but questions about receivers.
APC isn’t unanimous, but the majority of our writers are confident that Green Bay will find a way to defeat the Cowboys and advance in the playoffs.
Green Bay will not have their most experienced wideout available on Sunday in the Divisional round of the NFC Playoffs.
Get ready for this week’s playoff rematch with full broadcast and game details here.
We know about the big plays from the Ice Bowl and the 2014 playoff matchups between these teams, but let’s look at some of the lesser-known history.
The Packers’ special teams ace was a surprise addition to the injury report on the first day of the week.
Acme Packing Company writers weigh in on Wild Card Weekend and look ahead to the upcoming matchup between the Packers and Cowboys.