Green Bay Packers: 5 must-see games

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5.) Packers at Dallas Cowboys Sunday, October 6, 3:25 PM

Aaron Rodgers returns to the scene of some of his greatest accomplishments. Three seasons ago, Rodgers found Jared Cook on the sideline to help knock the Cowboys out of the playoffs. Two uears ago, Rodgers hit Davante Adams in the corner of the end zone to beat Dallas again.

The Packers have never lost a game that Rodgers has started at AT&T Stadium. That includes Super Bowl XLV where the Packers brought the Lombardi Trophy home.

This is one of the Packers first tough road tests. The Cowboys have a very good defense. Their offense, led by Zeke Elliott in the run game, helps set up big play opportunities for Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper.

The Cowboys offensive line isn’t as good as it has been in recent memory, but still one of the best in football. This should be a matchup of strength vs strength. The Packers’ defensive line should be a tough unit against the run if they are healthy. This could be another exciting game that gives Rodgers another opportunity to break the hearts of Cowboys fans.