By Green Bay Packers
Sunday will mark the eighth postseason meeting between Green Bay and Dallas with the Cowboys leading the series (4-3). The Packers won the last playoff meeting, defeating Dallas 26-21 at Lambeau Field in the 2014 Divisional Playoffs (January 11, 2015).
Including the postseason, the all-time series between the teams is tied at 17. Dallas knocked off Green Bay 30-16 at Lambeau Field in Week 6 (October 16, 2016).
The Cowboys won the NFC East and secured the No. 1 seed in the conference with a 13-3 record. Dallas has qualified for the postseason 32 times, tied with the Packers and Giants for the most in league history.
Dallas is the only team in NFL history to have a rookie pass for 20 touchdowns (quarterback Dak Prescott, 23) and a rookie rush for 15 touchdowns (running back Ezekiel Elliott, 15) in the same season. Prescott, whose 13 wins are tied for the most by a rookie starting quarterback in NFL history, had a 104.9 passer rating, the highest mark by a rookie in league annals. Elliott led the NFL with 1,631 rushing yards, the third-most by a rookie in league history.
The Cowboys had five players selected to the Pro Bowl: running back Elliott (first), center Travis Frederick (third), guard Zack Martin (third), quarterback Prescott (first) and tackle Tyron Smith (fourth).