The Green Bay Packers aim to keep their great recent record against the Dallas Cowboys going on Sunday.
It has been three years since the Green Bay Packers‘ last meeting with the Dallas Cowboys.
It was Matt LaFleur’s first season as Packers head coach, and Green Bay’s first without Mike McCarthy, who would take over as the Cowboys’ head coach the following season.
Green Bay’s recent track record against Dallas is a good one, having won four of the previous five meetings against the Cowboys.
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Interestingly, the Packers’ recent road record against the Cowboys is better than their games at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay lost its most recent home game against Dallas, a 30-16 defeat in 2016. However, they then beat the Cowboys the same season in the divisional round of the playoffs.
Matt LaFleur’s team will need its excellent record against the Cowboys to continue in Week 10. A loss would be the Packers’ sixth in a row and could effectively end their season.
Defeat would put Green Bay 3-7 on the season. The team would need to win almost all of its remaining games to have a realistic shot at making the playoffs.
If a turnaround is going to happen, it needs to begin on Sunday against the Cowboys. But it won’t be easy against one of the best teams in the NFC.