Dallas Remains a Tale of Two Cities for the Green Bay Packers

December 14, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The city of Dallas is a bit of an enigma for the Green Bay Packers. 
On one hand, the Packers haven't beaten the Cowboys in Dallas in over 25 years. Green Bay's current road losing streak to the Cowboys spans nine games—including three postseason defeats—and encompasses everyone from Mike Holmgren to Mike McCarthy and Brett Favre to Aaron Rodgers.
Yet, despite all the failures, the city of Dallas has also played host to two of Green Bay's most important moments: Rodgers' formal introduction in 2007 and the franchise's fourth Super Bowl title three long years later. 
Green Bay takes on the Cowboys in Dallas Sunday, in what figures to be an elimination game for the 6-6-1 Packers. Rodgers, who fractured his collarbone and hasn't played since Nov. 4, was ruled out by Packers head coach Mike McCarthy Friday. 
For most of the players and staff, the only memories of playing in Dallas will be good ones. 
“I think everybody will fee...

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