(VIDEO): Watch Packers RB Aaron Jones gets stitched up on sidelines.

With just 27 yards on his first nine carries, Aaron Jones couldn’t crack the Cowboys defense, but after two rushing touchdowns, his jersey said otherwise.Jones wasted no time getting the Packers on the board, scoring a 3-yard touchdown in the first quarter and a 1-yard scoring run to start the second quarter.

When the Jones Packers entered AT&T Stadium Sunday as seven-point underdogs, many thought they were beaten after Jordan Love’s performance in Green Bay’s last game.Love finished the regular season with 18 touchdowns and one interception in his final eight games.

But the seven-year veteran has been a big reason for Green Bay’s playoff run, averaging 119.3 yards per game over the team’s last three games. He didn’t score a point from Week 10 through Week 18, but he made up for it against the Cowboys.

Jones finished the first half with 30 yards rushing, two touchdowns and a fumble. If the Cowboys don’t change their game plan in the second half, look for owner Jerry Jones to make some changes to the coaching staff.

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