2017 Week 5: Packers at Cowboys
There’s plenty to talk about with the return of Davante Adams and the emergence of rookie Aaron Jones.
The final 120 seconds of extreme highs and lows left behind a medley of "coulda, shoulda, wouldas."
The Takeaway, Packers vs. Cowboys: Green Bay positioned to seize control of NFC despite injuries and flaws
The Packers have overcome considerable hurdles to take control of their destiny in the NFC.
With King, Brice, and Burnett all missing time, the Packers’ defense had to play some of their struggling corners, with some success.
Get those "Cool Runnings" references ready.
The Packers’ running back came up big all game long, but the QB still is our player of the game.
It was another ridiculous comeback for Aaron Rodgers in Dallas
Kevin King is in the concussion protocol and is OUT for the rest of the game
The Packers may be down a pair of defensive backs when they already are struggling against the Cowboys’ offense
Join APC for the first half of a big NFC matchup.
The Packers will play their fifth straight game without their five preferred starters along the offensive line.
There is still reason to be hopeful that the Packers could have their starting offensive line intact on Sunday.
A few backups may give you some streaming value if you are looking to replace players on byes, but watch the inactive report on Sunday.
Can Dom Capers play small and still slow down Ezekiel Elliott?
David Halprin of SB Nation's Dallas Cowboys blog Blogging the Boys answers our questions about Ezekiel Elliott, Demarcus Lawrence’s breakout season, and what he expects from Packers vs. Cowboys.
Green Bay is trending upward on the injury front, while the Cowboys have a few critical players appearing unlikely to play on Sunday.
Injured players look to return this week for Green Bay, but will it be enough in Dallas?
Davante Adams and Ty Montgomery might not miss a game despite dealing with significant injuries.