Green Bay Packers 34-24 Dallas Cowboys: Aaron Jones ties franchise record with four TDs

Aaron Jones tied a franchise record as the Green??Bay Packers held off a furious comeback to beat the Dallas Cowboys 34-24 on??Sunday.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers had starred as the Packers won on their three previous visits to AT&T Stadium, but it had been the other Aaron which carried this moment to the load of the team.
Jones had 19 carries for 107 yards and additional team-leading seven receptions for 75 yards since the Packers (4-1) obtained without star recipient Davante Adams, inflicting a second-straight reduction on the Cowboys (3-2).
Jones became the fourth largest Packer joining Dorsey Levens, Terdell Middleton along with Hall of Famer Jim Taylor, who accomplished the feat three days.
Jones rating gave Green Bay a lead with 3:30 left in the third quarter, but the Cowboys jeopardized a stunning late comeback afterwards.
Dak Prescott threw a touchdown pass to Michael Gallup plus a 53-yard touchdown pass with the latter cutting the perimeter to remaining in the game.
Dallas pushed to the red zone with time running down, however, kicker Brett Maher overlooked a field goal would have an onside kick effort to set-up in a one-score game.
Prescott threw for 463 yards with two touchdowns, but had three interceptions – 2 coming from the first half since there were a Dallas staff that was sloppy held scoreless despite excursions into Green Bay territory.
With the Cowboys moving into scoring position on the starting drive, Prescotts pass intended for Amari Cooper intercepted and has been dropped by Jaire Alexander to install the Packers first touchdown.
ZaDarius Smith and preston Smith both had sacks, and reserve defensive back Chandon Sullivan included an interception since Green Bay seized control.
While running Ezekiel Elliott additional 62 rushing yards and a score as the Cowboys fought back their way, cooper finished with 11 receptions for 226 yards and touchdown, but the shortage was too great to conquer.
Rodgers threw for 238 yards to the Packers, with no touchdowns and no interceptions.

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