In this back-and-forth affair, the Cowboys scored with one minute remaining in the game to go up 31-28.
While the Green Bay Packers were making there way down the field to try and score, fans couldn't help but notice many Cowboys fans in the crowd cheering on the Green Bay Packers. Next up, they'll have another away game next Sunday at 1 p.m.
Rodgers lead a surgical march downfield that including three passes of 10-plus yards and an 18-yard scramble highlighting his seemingly magical ability to escape the pocket.
"I was going to call a different play, but (Davante) came back and said, 'Call it again.' With his eyes, he just said, 'Throw a better ball, ' " Rodgers said.
After completions to Davante Adams and Martellus Bennett, as well as a long run by rookie Aaron Jones, the Packers were in field goal range.
Dak Prescott had given the Cowboys the lead with an 11-yard run with 1:13 remaining, capping a 17-play drive that lasted nearly nine minutes. The man just isn't human. Rodgers and Adams hooked up for a 12-yard touchdown, giving the Packers a dramatic 35-31 win in Dallas. The game's most exciting turn came late in the fourth for the Packers, down by 3 points with one minute and 13 seconds left on the clock, as Rodgers ran the aforementioned play that saw Devante Adams headed for glory in the end zone.
We hear it preached by every coach around the National Football League that whoever wins the turnover battle typically wins the game.
Especially when you're playing one of the best.
"In theory", Garrett agreed. "You've got to get some positive yards".
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The Spartans (4-1, 2-0 Big Ten) have beaten MI eight times in a 10-year stretch for the first time in a series that dates to 1898. The Cougars (6-0, 3-0 Pac-12) were on their first trip after quirky scheduling gave them their first five games at home.
But you can never assume a touchdown.
Especially with Rodgers on the other side.
Adams was active for the game only 10 days after leaving their win over the Chicago Bears on a stretcher after a helmet-to-helmet hit that resulted in a suspension for Chicago linebacker Danny Trevathan - he had seven catches for 66 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner.
RAVENS 30, RAIDERS 17: Joe Flacco hit Mike Wallace on two deep passes to spark Baltimore's struggling offense, and the Ravens (3-2) got a fumble return for a touchdown in a win at Oakland (2-3).
With its second straight loss on the heels of a home defeat by the Los Angeles Rams, Dallas must stew during next week's bye before three road games in the next four dates, starting with San Francisco and Washington followed by a home game with Kansas City and a trip to Super Bowl finalist Atlanta.
They are 2-3 after the alleged soft part of their schedule, they have lost consecutive home games - blowing leads of 11 and 15 in the process - and they could find out next week that Ezekiel Elliott is going to miss the next six games if the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals does not rule in his favor. From there, Frederick ran down to the Packers' 38-yard line - a full 37 yards from where the play started - before he fumbled the final lateral. Ezekial Elliot tore up the Packers defense on the drive, and Green Bay bit on the play.
"It's a tough one", Prescott said.
They'll have to, although this loss overshadowed a number of positives. Beasley gets his second touchdown on a five yard pass, and the Cowboys extend their lead 14-6.
Now if he can only learn how to be a vampire.