That 30-16 loss in Week 6 to Dallas nearly three months ago was part of Green Bay's 4-6 start. But ever since Aaron Rodgers spoke about trying to "run the table," NFC North champion Green Bay has won seven consecutive games, including 38-13 over the New York Giants in the wild-card round.
Rodgers has 19 TD passes and zero interceptions during the unbeaten run, but one question now is whether favorite target Jordy Nelson, hurt against New York, will be available.
Green Bay's pass defense, shaky and beset by injuries, might not have an easy time against Dallas QB Dak Prescott, a preternaturally poised rookie who threw for three TDs in the October matchup. The No. 1-seeded Cowboys' other first-year sensation, Ezekiel Elliott, gained 157 yards in his first game against the NFL's eighth-best run defense.