Aaron Rodgers wrote the book on thrilling come-from-behind victories as the Dallas Cowboys once again found themselves on the receiving end of No. 12’s heroics, but what does Green Bay’s latest “W” mean in the grand scheme of things?
In addition to now sitting atop the standings in the NFC North, the Packers earned a precious road win that could have major seeding implications if/when they enter postseason play.
But beyond the numbers, the boys from Packers News proved to be a resilient bunch that just doesn’t quit when the chips are down.
In fact, for the second time in three weeks, the Packers were able to rebound from a double-digit deficit.
And what made their latest conquest particularly noteworthy is that they were able to turn the tables in hostile surroundings in front of a crowd of 80,000 mostly Cowboy supporters.
Still, while there’s reason to be optimistic about the future prospects of this year’s Packer squad, lingering concerns remain with the secondary and other aspects of the defensive unit headlining that list.
So, before diving head first into analyzing next week’s adversary, it certainly wouldn’t hurt to pause and take inventory of what’s working and what isn’t to this point.
Grab your nearest note pad and let’s mark down the lessons learned in Week 5.