First Look: Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers

Here are stats and notes from both teams as we start getting ready for Sunday afternoon's NFC showdown at Lambeau Field.

DALLAS COWBOYS (4-1)
AT GREEN BAY PACKERS (3-1)

LAST GAME — 12/13/15: Cowboys 7 at Packers 28. Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers passed for 218 yards and two touchdowns. Packers RBs Eddie Lacy and James Starks combine for 195 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

BROADCAST — FOX (3:25 p.m.): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 83 (Dal), 82 (GB). XM: 2226 (Dal), 82 (GB).

LAST GAME — 12/13/15: Cowboys 7 at Packers 28. Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers passed for 218 yards and two touchdowns. Packers RBs Eddie Lacy and James Starks combined for 195 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

LAST GAME AT SITE — 12/13/15,

REFEREE — Brad Allen,

COWBOYSPACKERS
SERIES LEADER 14-12
STREAKS Past 4
COACHES VS. OPP. Jason Garrett: 0-3 Mike McCarthy: 4-2
LAST WEEK W 28-14 vs. Cincinnati W 23-16 vs. New York Giants
PASSING Dak Prescott (R): 107-155-1239-4-0-101.5 Aaron Rodgers: 78-139-876-9-3-87.7
RUSHING Ezekiel Elliott (R): 109-546 (1L)-5.0-5 (T3L) Eddie Lacy: 54-295-5.5-0
RECEIVING Cole Beasley: 27-332-12.3-1 Jordy Nelson: 21-244-11.6-5 (T1L)
OFFENSE 397.0 (2L) 321.8
TAKE/GIVE +2 -1
DEFENSE 355.6 317.3
SACKS Tyrone Crawford, Benson Mayowa: 2 Nick Perry: 4.5
INTs 3 Tied: 1 Damarious Randall, Joe Thomas: 1
PUNTING Chris Jones: 49.1 Jacob Schum: 40.4
KICKING Dan Bailey: 39 (15/15 PAT; 8/10 FG) Mason Crosby: 32 (11/11 PAT; 7/7 FG)

COWBOYS NOTES: First team in NFL history with a rookie quarterback with 1,000-plus pass yards (Dak Prescott, 1,239) and rookie running back with 500-plus rushing yards (Ezekiel Elliott, 546) in first five games of a season…Prescott passed for 227 yards and touchdown with rushing touchdown in Week 5…Elliott rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns last week. RB Alfred Morris rushed for 107 yards in only meeting (Sept. 15, 2013, with Washington)…WR Cole Beasley had a touchdown catch last week. TE Jason Witten had a touchdown catch in Dec. 15, 2013, meeting…DE DeMarcus Lawrence had a sack in last meeting. DT Terrell McClain had a career-high 1.5 sacks last week. DE Benson Mayowa had a sack in Week 5. Had forced fumble in last meeting. LB Sean Lee leads team with 45 tackles. Has 10-plus tackles in eight of past 10 games. Rookie CB Anthony Brown had career-high six tackles last week. S Barry Church aims for third in a row vs. Green Bay with 11-plus tackles. Has seven-plus tackles in eight of past nine games.

PACKERS NOTES: QB Aaaron Rodgers has seven touchdowns and zero INTs for 100.8 rating in five career meetings. Has 109.2 rating at home, highest in NFL history (minimum 500 attempts). RB Eddie Lacy is averaging 132.5 rush yards per game in two career meetings with two touchdowns. RB James Starks had 103 scrimmage yards (71 rushing, 32 receiving) and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) in last meeting...WR Davante Adams aims for third in a row with a touchdown catch. WR Randall Cobb had eight catches for 81 yards in last meeting. Had nine receptions for 108 yards last week. WR Jordy Nelson aims for fifth in a row with a touchdown catch. Had touchdown in his last game vs. Dallas (Dec. 15, 2013)…DT Mike Daniels had a sack in last meeting (1Dec. 15, 2013). LB Jayrone Elliott had a sack in last meeting. LB Kyler Fackrell had a sack and forced fumble last week. LB Clay Matthews aims for fifth in a row with a sack. Has 3.5 sacks and 62-yard pick-six in four career meetings. LB Nick Perry has three sacks in past two at home. LB Jake Ryan aims for sixth in a row with six-plus tackles. CB Sam Shields has an interception in all three career meetings. S Micah Hyde had sack in Week 5.

DOM CAPERS ON THE COWBOYS' RUSHING GAME: "Well, they’re obviously No. 1 in the league. I think they’re averaging 155 yards a game rushing, so you don’t have to say much more than that. We’ve played these guys a lot recently and, of course, they’ve added Elliott, who’s got real ability because he’s strong and can break tackles and yet he’s got breakaway speed. You combine that with their offensive line, they’re very efficient with their run game. They’re physical. That’s the first thing you look at when you look at the Cowboys’ offense is their ability to run the ball."


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