All the Green Bay Packers want for Christmas right now is to have a healthy Aaron Rodgers.
Ever since Rodgers broke his collarbone on the first possession against the Bears a couple of months ago, the Packers have only won one game since. They came close against the Minnesota Vikings but were only handed a tie after failing to win in over-time.
They’re coming off a come from behind win over the Atlanta Falcons at home, where they were able to win by just one point. Quarterback Matt Flynn was brought in for his second stint with the team after Rodgers was sidelined by Chicago Bears defensive end Shea McClellin.
His return to the Packers hasn’t been all that great as he only has 615 passing yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in three games. Somehow this team is still in the hunt for the NFC North. They thought maybe Rodgers would be back this week, but they’ve decided to play it safe and sit him out an extra week.
Great call by the Green Bay Packers.
Now this Dallas Cowboys defense was picked apart by Chicago Bears quarterback Josh McCown last Monday as he put up five touchdowns against him by himself. They need a bounce back game and today looks like it may be their day to walk away with a victory.
Cowboys defensive back Sterling Moore gave the Cowboys the ball back after picking off Matt Flynn in the second quarter.
It was Moore’s third career interception.