Cowboys vs. Packers Live, Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers Live, Cowboys vs. Packers football, Packers vs. Cowboys live, Live Stream Packers vs. Cowboys. Today’s big game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers has a scheduled start time of 4.40 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the Fox network or online through free live stream.
These two teams have a long history and there will be no love lost between them for today’s game. Overall in 41 meetings, the Cowboys have had the better of things, but only just, with a series record of 21-20.
In postseason football, the Cowboys also come out slightly on top, with a 4-3 record against the Packers in the Playoffs.
However, the last time the two met in the postseason was in 2014, and on that occasion it was Green Bay who came away with the win in a tight 26-21 game.
Today’s clash between the pair is a mouthwatering prospect as the Cowboys topped the teams in the NFC, claiming a season record of 13-3, which was enough to provide them with home field advantage through the postseason all the way to the Super Bowl – if they make it.
However, the Packers have come into electrifying form, and have now won seven straight games as they come up against the number 1 seeded team in the NFC.
If anyone was doubting the Packers’ credentials for this postseason, last week should have put any lingering doubts to rest. Their 38-13 victory over the New York Giants was efficiently brutal, and will have increased the team’s confidence even further.
Even though the Cowboys received a bye through the First Round of the postseason, the Packers will believe that playing every week, in the form they are in, will only help them even more. They will be hoping that some dust has settled in within the Dallas camp as they have not have to play intensive football for weeks now.
Indeed, the Cowboys rested a number of their starters in their final game of the season as well, which was a 27-13 defeat at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles on January 1. That means some of their top stars will not have played any competitive games since about Christmas time. Whether they will be fully prepared to hit the ground running amid the intensity of Playoffs football remains to be seen. But the Packers have been fighting for their lives for weeks, and have come out on top every time. Will tiredness finally catch up with them?