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      Cowboys vs Packers Playoff History

      • All time series: Packers lead 5-4
      • First meeting: January 1, 1967
      • Last meeting: January 14, 2024
      • Packers are undefeated in one score games


      January 1, 1967: Packers 34 Cowboys 27

      Their first playoff meeting was for the right to represent the NFL in the first ever AFL-NFL Championship game, later known as the Super Bowl. The Packers jumped out to a 14-0 lead before the Cowboys tied it up later in the first quarter. A Max McGee touchdown put the Packers up 34-20 and a Tom Brown brown interception late in the fourth sealed the victory for the Packers.

      December 31, 1967: Cowboys 17 Packers 21

      The Ice Bowl. Still the coldest game in Packers history. Neither team had more than 200 yards of total offense that day but a Bart Starr quarterback sneak gave the Packers their third straight NFL Championship and a spot in Super Bowl II.

      January 16, 1983: Packers 26 Cowboys 37

      The 1982 season was a strike shortened year and the Packers made the playoffs with a record of 5-3-1. They beat the Cardinals in the Wild Card round before losing to the Cowboys. The Packers had almost 100 more yards of total offense but also had five turnovers compared to just two for the Cowboys.

      January 16, 1994: Packers 17 Cowboys 27

      In the first of what would be three straight years of losing to the Cowboys in the playoffs, the Packers found themselves down 24-3. They scored two touchdowns in the second half to make the game look closer than it was.

      January 8, 1995: Packers 9 Cowboys 35

      Nothing went right for the Packers in this game as they were outgained 450-327 and Brett Favre didn’t have a touchdown pass. Their only score came on a one yard Edgar Bennett run.

      January 14, 1996: Packers 27 Cowboys 38

      This was another game to make it to the Super Bowl. It was a high scoring first half with the Cowboys leading 24-17. The Packers took the lead in the third quarter on a touchdown pass to Robert Brooks but two Emmitt Smith fourth quarter touchdowns put the game out of reach.

      January 11, 2015: Cowboys 21 Packers 26

      Their first playoff matchup at Lambeau since the Ice Bowl once again saw the Packers victorious. The Packers trailed at halftime 14-10 but two Aaron Rodgers touchdown passes in the second half, plus a dropped pass by Dez Bryant late in the fourth quarter, gave the Packers the win.

      January 15, 2017: Packers 34 Cowboys 31

      In another high scoring game, both teams had more than 400 yards of total offense. The Packers jumped out to a 21-3 lead but the Cowboys fought their way back. Dan Bailey made a 52 yard field goal to tie the game with 35 seconds left but an Aaron Rodgers pass to Jared Cook put the Packers in range for Mason Crosby to hit a 51 yard field goal as time expired to give the Packers the win.

      January 14, 2024: Packers 48 Cowboys 32

      The Packers score on their first drive and never looked back. Jordan Love was nearly perfect on the day, going 16 of 21 for 272 yards and three touchdowns. He had a perfect passer rating until Tucker Kraft dropped a pass late in the fourth quarter.

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