Absolutely, especially given the Cowboys have 148 yards and had great field position after a fumble.
All in all, the defense hasn't been horrible. The offense has not been good.
Janis and Montgomery back.
One positive for the Packers in this game is that their punting has been superb.
Lacy in the backfield, two tight ends.
I think we're going to see a lot more Lacy from here on out. They've got to run him until Dallas pulls out of its deep Cover 2 look.
With that kind of time, that's the type of ball Rodgers should be completing. He had Cobb wide open on the other side as well. No shortage of open guys on that play action.
Wow, that play was messed up. Looked like Ripkowski forgot to block.
Does need to throw his guys open more.
First screen we've seen today.
Rodgers got the ball snapped while the Cowboys had an extra guy on the field but the official didn't react.
Turns out the Cowboys called a timeout. They're out of timeouts. That's a delay of game penalty.
The officials should not have given them the timeout, they should have let Rodgers just play out the snap.
Three-man rush and I have no idea where Rodgers was going with that ball. Nelson was double covered. NOt even close to being open.
Morris Claiborne got hit by his own guy on that.
Fourth and five at the 38. It would be a 55-yard field goal. They have to go for it.
It does seem like a distraction at times, but if it gets you a free play, then it's worth it.
Sure looked like Cobb was going to be open on that corner route, but Rodgers needed to put it out there in front of Cobb and let him go chase it. I'm not sure it would have mattered, but he had a better chance that way.
That was a 55-yard field goal. Very little chance of hitting that.
Big third down coming up. We're at the 2-minute warning and its third and 10. A stop gives the offense one more shot. They might need a no-huddle, 2-minute drill to wake them up.