No one knows what would have happened if the Green Bay Packers slipped to 3-7, and luckily, they won't have to.
The Packers' used a 14-point outburst, a key 4th down stop, and an overtime field goal to beat the Mike McCarthy-led Dallas Cowboys 31-28.
CeeDee Lamb scored the first of his two touchdowns in the opening quarter en route to a 150-yard day for the Cowboys, but the Packers would strike back with a 14-0 run. A 58-yard touchdown pass to Christian Watson from Aaron Rodgers helped lead the Packers to flip the script from previous weeks, but the touchdown by Aaron Jones left too much time for Dak Prescott to work. He would throw another touchdown pass to make it 14-14 at the break.
Prescott would find the endzone two more times in the 3rd quarter, thanks to Lamb and Tony Pollard to make it 28-14, whipping those in blue and silver in the bipartisan crowd into a frenzy. Rodgers would throw two touchdown passes to Watson in the fourth quarter and connected on a long passing play to Allen Lazard to set up the game-winning kick.
The Packers will not have much time to soak in their first win in almost two months before hosting the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night.