Kevin King apparently isn't intimidated about playing his first game in ATT Stadium. 4-yard loss.
Packers are just jamming the line of scrimmage with players. They were in nitro on that last play with Josh Jones in the middle.
Four-man rush and Prescott unloads the ball just as Perry is bringing him down. Clinton-Dix way too slow getting over to Butler but I wonder if Randall was supposed to be on him.
That is how you play Elliott. You just hold your ground and don't get too nosey. Make sure he can't bounce outside.
Perry just crushed Chaz Green on that run and caved in the left side.
Elliott gets through when Kenny Clark gets pushed off just enough by Zach Martin.
The Cowboys went with a heavy line with Tyron Smith on the right side and Matthews just destroyed him for a 3-yard loss on Elliott.
Packers are playing a lot of zone to start behind that run defense. They might have to go more man-to-man.
The Packers are getting all kinds of pressure in the backfield both in the run and pass, but they can't stop giving up big plays.
They've been playing nitro with Josh Jones in the lineup most of this series.
S Kentrell Brice has an ankle injury is out of the game. Burnett is playing deep safety.
Pass is incomplete, but there's a personal foul on Blake Martinez.
House tries to make up ground on Beasley on the quick out route and he's late. TD Cowboys.
House just has to close faster there.
This was an odd drive. The Packers dominated at the line of scrimmage but the Cowboys were extremely resourceful and made enough plays to get in the end zone. I'm not sure what to think of it.
Janis back for the kickoff.
That deep ball to Butler was the killer on the drive.
Aaron Jones in the backfield to start the game.
Rodgers got Adams into the game right away. That was smart. Let him get hit right away and get warmed up.
Really nice pickup by Justin McCray on that linebacker blitz that opened up a huge hole for Aaron Jones.
Yep, Packers are spreading out the Cowboys. They don't seem that worried about Dallas' pass rush. Kind of thought that's how they'd go.
Jones definitely gives the Packers someone who can jump cut.