Green Bay Packers went into AT&T Stadium and knocked off the Dallas Cowboys in a hard-fought 34-24 victory, on Sunday.
Despite the scoreline, Aaron Rodgers didn’t light up the Dallas defense, only throwing for 238 yards; Aaron Jones, however, found the endzone four times on the ground. The Green Bay Packers’ win came from an OVER (Offensive Value and Efficiency Rating) of 104.75, compared to the Dallas Cowboys’s OVER (Offensive Value and Efficiency Rating) of 204.125.
As those ratings indicate, the Green Bay Packers shone on defense, putting up a total DVS (Defensive Value Score) index of 3.33, compared to 0.3 for Dallas. The unit picked off Dak Prescott three times and sacked him on another three occasions.
Green Bay’s next game comes against the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football, while Cowboys will meet the struggling New York Jets.