The Green Bay Packers were able to beat the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night football 31-28 to improve their record to 4-6 on the season. Aaron Rodgers complete 14 of his 20 attempts for 224 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.
Meanwhile Aaron Jones led the way on the ground rushing for 133 yards, a touchdown and averaging 5.8 yards per carry. Finally, Christian Watson had four catches for 107 yards, and three touchdowns.
After getting the win, Aaron Rodgers shared that his a turning point for this Packers team.
“That was a turning point for us, hopefully, a turning point that leads us to go on a streak,” Rodgers said. “But that was a chance for guys to, ‘Ah, it’s not our season, 3-7, what are we doing in the offseason, it’s not going to be our year.’
“Sometimes you can’t explain the feelings that you have and the energetic waves that come and go during the week, but I just had a feeling all week we were going to win this game.”
Also on Sunday, Packers fan Anthony Davis also had a great game against the Brooklyn Nets. Davis would finish with a season-high 37 points and 18 rebounds in the Lakers 116-103 victory. He said got the motivation from watching the Packers and Cowboys’ game.
“I was watching the Green Bay Packers game (against the Dallas Cowboys) and Aaron Rodgers threw a slant to Allen Lazard for 40 yards. He was flexing and that got me motivated,” said Davis.
After the Packers pulled out their win against the Cowboys, Davis hoped on Instagram Live to deliver this message to Packers nation.
“Relax,” spelled Davis.
The Los Angeles Lakers play again on Friday against the Pistons before heading back on the road.