That was Gunter on those two completions.
With 15 seconds left, the best the Packers can do is a field goal and they still need 20 yards for that.
Going to have one more play left to get in position for a field goal.
Well, that was one of the more interesting things I've seen. The Cowboys completely gave the Packers the middle of the field. They lined up their defense just off the sideline and made Rodgers throw down the middle of the field. Great strategy.
I'm not sure why if he was able to get the snap off on the second play, why didn't he just spike it? He could have gotten a field goal attempt. Not sure I understand that.
OK, I'm going to pass things on to Michael Cohen for halftime. Be nice.
They booed after the incomplete pass to Cobb on the second-to-last drive and the failed last-minute drive. Got louder each time.
Playing the Bears seems like a very good thing at this point in time. They can't score touchdowns. Lots of field goals today in the game against the Jags.
Honestly, I'm sure he would be tempted if that was actually possible.
Very good point. And Dak was actually third string for the Cowboys at one point. Don't forget Kellen Moore suffered a bad leg injury earlier this year. He was Romo's backup.
I don't think so. Plus, Burnett and Clinton-Dix weren't necessarily the problem. Woodson was a safety by the end, not a corner.
I don't watch that nonsense.
Well, Gunter was arguably the best player on the field for the Packers against the Giants. He faced Odell Beckham Jr. 29 times, if I remember correctly, and did not give up a catch. Beckham had over 200 and two TDs today.
I think a lot of teams would struggled with their top three CBs out due to injuries.