On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers will take the field at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, to go head-to-head against the Dallas Cowboys.
But, how did we get here?
JUST THE FACTS
– Green Bay dismantles the New York Giants, 38-13, to advance to the divisional round of the playoffs.
– This is the sixth time in the last seven season the Packers have made it to the divisional round.
– Dallas lost their final regular season game to the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-13.
– The Cowboys tied their franchise record with 13 wins. They also recorded 13 wins in 1992 and 2007.
– Dallas finished the year first in rushing defense and second in rushing offense.
– The Cowboys beat the Packers 30-16 in Week 6 of the regular season at Lambeau Field.
– The Cowboys and Packers are tied in the all-time series at 17 wins apiece.
– The two teams have met seven times in all-time postseason matchups with the Cowboys holding the 4-3 advantage.
– Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are just the second pair of rookie teammates to record 3.000+ passing yards and 1,500+ rushing yards, respectively, in NFL history.
– Dak Prescott’s 13 wins in the regular season ties Ben Roethlisberger’s 2004 record for most wins of any rookie quarterback, all-time.
– Aaron Rodger went 25-40 for 362 yards and four passing touchdowns in the Packers’ win over the Giants, making him the first Green Bay Packer in franchise history with four touchdown passes in two different postseason matchups.
– The Cowboys have won 34 postseason matchups, all-time, making it the second most of any team in NFL history. Green Bay has recorded 33 playoff wins in franchise history, making it the third most of any team in NFL history.
Average Points Scored Per Game
Green Bay – 27.0
Dallas – 26.3
Average Passing Yards Per Game
Green Bay – 277.8
Dallas – 237.4
Average Rushing Yards Per Game
Green Bay – 106.3
Dallas – 149.8
Green Bay – 25
Dallas – 20
Green Bay and Dallas will take the field, Sunday, at 3:40 p.m., CT, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.