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Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys: Both teams looking to rebound after first losses

Green Bay and Dallas will look to rebound after their first losses of the Year If the Cowboys host the Packers, exclusively live on Sky Sports Action and Main Event.

Here is what to expect…
The Packers (3-1) jumped out to a 3-0 start, such as a pair of important division wins from the Bears and Vikings at Weeks One and 2. Last time out, they lost 34-27 to the Philadelphia Eagles in a thriller.
Even though Aaron Rodgers had his best statistical revival of the year (422 yards, two touchdowns), he was intercepted in the last minutes to end the teams comeback effort.
Dallas (3-1) also dashed out to a 3-0 record – also with two branch wins in their first two excursions (Giants and Redskins) – until tasting defeat Week Four. Even a lacklustre performance from their crime observed the New Orleans Saints pull off an improbable 12-10 success.
Last week, Ezekiel Elliott had been held rushing yards – his lowest since Week Six in 2018. He, along with Dak Prescott will have to bounce back and set up some huge numbers against that much-improved Packers shield – that positions at the top 10 in yards and points allowed.
Prescott threw against the Saints for just 233 yards and an interception in the loss. The 26-year-old has passed for nine touchdowns and 1,146 yards, with four of these visiting Amari Cooper. While seasoned tight-end Jason Witten is going to be critical over the center the speedy wideout can cause havoc downfield.
On protection, Chidobe Awuzie and Pro Bowl cornerback Byron Smith may have a fantastic evening as they go up against the weakened Packers getting group going to be without Davante Adams. Geronimo Allison will notice his chances boost and Marquez Valdes-Scantling will have to be greater than only a deep threat.
Whoever the goals are about celebrity QB Aaron Rodgers in the passing game, running back Aaron Jones ought to be affected from the backfield as backup Jamaal Williams is unlikely to be fully healthy after suffering a concussion a week.
The Packers D has U-turned because 2018 and has turned into one of the finest in the NFL. During four weeks, they allowed an average of 188 passing yards per game. An improved secondary has impressed – rookie safety Darnell Savage – who has 17 tackles, a forced fumble and an interception – and – free agent signing Adrian Amos.

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