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Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys Betting Pick – Wild Card Weekend

It’s the middle game of a three game slate in the National Football League on Sunday. Wildcard weekend features the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys. This is the 7 seed and the 2 seed. Green Bay comes into the game with a 9-8 record. The Packers finished second in the NFC North with three straight wins to close the season. Green Bay beat Chicago in Week 18 to clinch their spot.

For the Cowboys, they won the NFC East. Dallas finished with a 12-5 record on the season. The Cowboys won their final two games of the season. The season finale was a 38-10 road win at the Washington Commanders.

The Dallas Cowboys come into this game at -7.5 over the Green Bay Packers. The total for this affair is set at 50.5 points.

Green Bay Packers Looking to Spring Upset

Jordan Love took the opportunity to take over the role of starting quarterback following Aaron Rodgers’ departure and delivered a consistent performance throughout the season. However, the Packers struggled when playing on the road. Green Bay took victories in only 4 out of 9 games. Nevertheless, they managed to win their last two away games against Carolina and Minnesota.

Love finished the regular season with an impressive number of nearly 4,200 passing yards and 32 touchdowns. His primary target, Jayden Reed, picked up 64 receptions, 793 yards, and 8 touchdowns. Notably, the Packers found a resurgence of Aaron Jones, who, despite a poor first half of the season, surpassed 100 rushing yards in each of the last three games.

Contributions from players like Romeo Doubs, Dontayvion Wicks, and tight ends Tucker Kraft and Luke Musgrave bolstered Green Bay’s offense. Love effectively distributed the ball, ensuring a well-rounded offensive approach.

Cowboys Dominant at Home

As for the Cowboys, they enter the game with an perfect 8-0 record at home, a big factor in their quest for a Super Bowl berth. Dallas has scored a total of 139 points in their last four home games, boasting a season average of 29.9 points per game, which is first in the NFL.

Dak Prescott had a solid season, needing 484 passing yards in this game to reach the 5,000-yard mark for the season. Prescott also threw 36 touchdown completions, with CeeDee Lamb being his primary target, contributing 12 touchdowns and finishing second in the league with 1,749 receiving yards.

Tony Pollard assumed the lead running back role for the Cowboys, rushing 252 times for 1,005 yards and 6 touchdowns. Dallas excelled as the third-best passing team in the league, averaging 258.6 yards per game, and ranked 14th in rushing. Also, the Dallas defense leads the league in touchdowns.

Cowboys End Packers Dreams

The Green Bay Packers made a heck of a push to get into the postseason. But, now they are going into the Lions den to take on a Cowboys team motivated. The Cowboys are motivated to get to San Francisco, where they were blown out in October with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. The Cowboys are going to win this game, and win it fairly easily. Take Dallas -7.5, as the Cowboys win the game by double digits over the Packers on Sunday.

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