Winner: Romeo Doubs
Romeo Doubs has been a reliable target for Jordan Love all year. He tied Jayden Reed for the team-led for receiving touchdowns in the regular season with eight. Doubs put in the best performance of his career against the Cowboys, making six receptions for 151 yards and a touchdown. He caught all of his targets. It was an all-time great playoff performance for a Packers receiver.
Jayden Reed, Christian Watson, Dontayvion Wicks, and even Bo Melton have understandably grabbed the headlines throughout the season, but Doubs has quietly become a go-to target. He stepped up in a big way for the Packers in this game.
Winner: Darnell Savage
This was a big game for Darnell Savage. Of course, it's the playoffs, but Savage is also playing for a new contract, either in Green Bay or elsewhere. Savage has battled injuries this season, and he entered the playoffs with only one pass defense and zero interceptions.
His first pick of the season came at an ideal moment. Savage made one of the most important plays of the game, intercepting a pass from Dak Prescott and returning it for a touchdown. Dallas had the ball in Green Bay's territory, down 20-0. Savage effectively put the game out of sight, putting a fourth Packers touchdown on the board.