7 winners (and 2 losers) for Packers after sweeping Bears to clinch playoff berth

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Winner: Aaron Jones

The Packers have Aaron Jones fully healthy and back to his best at just the right time. He has three straight 100-yard performances for the first time in his career. Jones dominated the NFL's No. 1-ranked run defense, turning 22 carries into 111 yards at five yards per attempt. He also caught five passes for 30 yards.

Jones destroyed the Bears in Week 1 and did the same in Week 18. The Packers were moving the ball on offense before Jones returned from injury, but they have reached a new stratosphere with him back in the lineup. And if there's one team Jones loves playing against, it's the Dallas Cowboys.

Winner: Dontayvion Wicks

The sky is the limit for Dontayvion Wicks. He is such a smooth route-runner and gets open like a veteran receiver, not a fifth-round rookie. Seriously, how is he always a mile away from any defender? His ability to gain separation is unbelievable to watch.

Wicks dominated in Week 18, catching six passes for 61 yards and two touchdowns. He has the ability to make plays at crucial moments. Wicks has done it all season, and the same was true against the Bears.

The Packers need to get the ball in Wicks' hands as often as possible in the playoffs.