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There are nearly three full months remaining in the NFL regular season.
But Sunday’s marquee matchup between the Green Bay Packers (3-1) and Dallas Cowboys (3-1) inside ATT Stadium seems likely to hold major postseason ramifications.
Both teams currently lead their respective divisions. Each team believes it’s poised for a big year.
And the winner of Sunday’s game will continue its fast start, while the loser will suddenly be mired in a two-game losing streak.
Here’s a look at each positional group and which team has the edge.
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Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott ranks third in passer rating (113.7) among signal callers that have started every game this year. Prescott is completing a whopping 72.4% of his passes and is fifth in the league in touchdown passes (nine). Since becoming the Cowboys’ starter in 2016, Prescott is 35-17, has reached two Pro Bowls and led Dallas to two division titles. Prescott’s leadership is universally praised and he could become the NFL’s highest paid player when he signs his next contract.
Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers was off to a slow start, but looked like his old self in last week’s loss to Philadelphia. Rodgers and the offense struggled in the red zone, though, scoring touchdowns on just three of seven trips (42.9%). Rodgers also threw his first interception of the year while trying to lead the Packers to a tying score in the final minute.