Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys: Who wins?

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys are undefeated on the road. The Packers are unbeaten at home. Something has to give on Sunday afternoon when the two teams meet (with Chris Christie in attendance, of course) at Lambeau Field in an NFC divisional playoff game.

The real tricky part of this game is determining the health of Packers all-world quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He’ll play, but will he last? Rodgers has a slight tear in his calf. His absence, even for a play, would change everything. The Packers undoubtedly have some guy that nobody else really wants as their backup. Yep, Matt Flynn.

It’s Green Bay in January, so the weather should be as expected ‐ cold, cold and cold. How will that affect the game? The Cowboys are the better running team. They’re the one with the better offensive line. Maybe that is why there were some picks for the underdog Cowboys.

Regardless, looking at the predictions, this much is certain ‐ everyone expects plenty of points.

Jordan Raanan, Giants reporter
Cowboys 31, Packers 28

Nick Powell, Giants reporter
Packers 34, Cowboys 28

Dom Cosentino, Jets reporter
Cowboys 35, Packers 27

Darryl Slater, Jets reporter
Packers 34, Cowboys 31

Eliot Shorr-Parks, Eagles reporter
Packers 28, Cowboys 24

Matt Lombardo, Sports reporter
Packers 37, Cowboys 28

Charles Curtis, Sports reporter
Packers 27, Cowboys 24

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