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Packers Podcast: Even with Aaron Rodgers, Not an Automatic Win in Dallas

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Packers Podcast: Even with Aaron Rodgers, Not an Automatic Win in Dallas

On Friday morning I joined Bart Winkler on K107 in Fond du Lac to help preview Sunday's game between the Packers and the Cowboys. I felt like a bit of a Debbie Downer, predicting a Packers loss with or without Aaron Rodgers. The Dallas defense might be bad, but trying to keep pace with Tony Romo and the Cowboys offense on the road will be too tall a task.

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Brian Carriveau is the author of "It's Just a Game: Big League Drama in Small Town America," a member of the Pro Football Writers of America and an editor at Cheesehead TV. To contact Brian, email [email protected].

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RC Packer Fan's picture

Might not be an automatic win with Rodgers, but might not be an automatic loss without him either...

TommyG's picture

obviously, nothing is automatic. Our chances of winning would've been greatly improved if we would've had him; but are now still very much against us without him. Let's hope that the Bears and Lions both lose and keep us in the race until the very last game.

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