The Cowboys quarterback is heating up at the right time.
If there is one thing we can be absolutely certain about on Saturday, it’s that the Dallas Cowboys season will not come to an end at the hands of Aaron Rodgers. The Cowboys have been on the wrong end of some great performances by the Green Bay Packers’ star quarterback. In 2014, he threw for 316 yards and three touchdowns, helping his team beat Dallas, 26-21. Two years later, he threw for 355 yards and a couple scores en route to a 34-31 victory at AT&T stadium. His passer rating was 125 in both those games which rank as his second- and third-best postseason games of his career. Only a 48-21 win over Atlanta in 2010 tops it and that was the year he led the Packers to a Super Bowl victory.