REPORT: Card from Packers’ Dominant Playoff Rout of Cowboys..

Aaron Rodgers has always said he belongs with the Chicago Bears.In addition to owning the Bears, the Green Bay Packers also own a stake in the Dallas Cowboys. The Packers have never lost at AT&T Stadium and improved to 6-0 in the playoffs with Sunday’s 48-32 win.

ThePackers dominated Dallas, including Rodgers, Matt Flynn and quarterback Love. a foul passesJordan Love’s first playoff start was better than expected.”male. Jordan Love. big moon That’s all I can say.”

Coach Matt LaFleur said:That’s a great way to describe what Love did during the game. Love completed 13 passes to seven receivers in the first half. Each of his touchdown passes also went to a different receiver.

Most importantly, the offensive line kept Love clean. Love was pressured several times, but the vaunted Dallas, led by Micah Parsons, never let him down. Romeo Dubs was the leading receiver with over 100 yards in the first 24 minutes of play. He finished the day with 151 receiving yards and a touchdown on the team’s final possession.

Luke Musgrave added a big play for a touchdown and Dontayvion Weeks ran a perfect route for Love’s first touchdown of the playoffs.The crime was done as desired. There are no other display positions.Class aimmediate violationThe internet may say running backs don’t count, but Aaron Jones sure does.

Since Jones returned to a full workload against the Carolina Panthers on Christmas Eve, the Packers have thrown just eight touchdowns.Jones was the team’s leading 100-yard rusher against Carolina and has rushed for more than 100 yards in every game since. In an era where the shelf life of corn and other produce is shorter than ever, Jones seems to be getting better with age.

He rushed for 118 yards on 21 carries and scored three times. This is the most productive performance of Jones’ postseason career.The Packers’ running game will be a big part of their success against Dallas’ high-powered offense. Jones helped set the tone for the Packers on the first drive of the game.

Green Bay’s offense took 7:52 off the clock before going 75 yards on 12 plays to take a 7-0 lead. Jones capped Green Bay’s first possession of the half with a touchdown and really robbed the Dallas defense of its will.“I think that was huge, but they shut them down in the first two rounds,” Jones said.

“I’m happy for him. If you handle the ball well, everything opens up. I think I saw Luke (Musgrave) when he landed.Jones will be responsible for much of his success when he returns Saturday against the 49ers.Class a

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