The rivalry between the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys is an all-time classic. They have gone head-to-head since 1960, featuring several of the most memorable games in NFL history.
Over the past decade, these two teams have provided endless entertainment when they've met, from Matt Flynn leading the Packers to a 23-point comeback to Dez Bryant not catching it to Jared Cook miraculously catching it.
Matchups between these two historic franchises rarely disappoint. And the NFC Wild Card Round showdown could provide another thriller. There is so much history between these two teams, including the Cowboys' head coach.
Mike McCarthy led Green Bay to some of its most memorable playoff wins against Dallas. He even won a Super Bowl with the Packers at AT&T Stadium. Now, he aims to do the opposite, eliminating his former team in the first round of the postseason.
Packers will wear their home jerseys against Cowboys in NFC Wild Card Round
We will also see an iconic jersey combination on Sunday. As usual, the Cowboys will wear their white jerseys at home, which means the Packers will also be in their home uniforms. The Packers don't often wear the green and gold on the road, but games against Dallas are one of the few exceptions.
The Athletic's Jon Machota confirmed that we'll get this uniform combination in Sunday's NFC Wild Card game, as expected.
It's up there with the best uniform combinations in NFL history. It's iconic. When you think of famous games in this rivalry, the Packers are often in their green and gold, with the Cowboys in their white, silver, and blue colors.
One of the NFL's most historic rivalries adds another chapter on Sunday. Green Bay has won nine of its past 10 games against Dallas, two of which were in the playoffs. But they enter this one as underdogs.
We could get another classic on Sunday.