Aaron Jones is fresh, healthy, and dominating every team in front of him. Jones looks as good as ever, rushing for 358 yards at 5.7 yards per carry over the past three games. And his game-changing performances didn't come against poor defenses. Chicago had the No. 1 rushing defense in the NFL. Minnesota finished No. 8.
The Cowboys know all about Jones. He has 370 rushing yards and six touchdowns in only three career games against Dallas. The Packers will lean on him this week, as his explosive runs can cool the Cowboys' ferocious pass rush.
The Packers found a star in the second round when they drafted Jayden Reed. His 64 receptions are the most by any Packers rookie all-time. Reed led the team in receiving with 793 yards and eight touchdowns. He is already one of Jordan Love's top targets and is coming off his first 100-yard performance.
Reed is everything the Packers look for at wide receiver. He is tough, physical, gives his all as a blocker, and is explosive with the ball in his hands. He even blocked All-Pro pass rusher Khalil Mack one-on-one. Reed can do it all. Love will lean on his rookie receiver in the playoffs.