Jordan Love, Packers dominate Cowboys in 48-32 Wild Card win

Sunday’s first game of the Wild Card playoff games had the first road team coming away victorious. The Green Bay Packers, the lowest seed in the NFC, dominated the Dallas Cowboys on the road in a 48-32 victory to move on to the divisional round.

Quarterback Jordan Love was great, completing 16-of-21 passes for 272 yards and three touchdowns. Green Bay rolled up 510 yards of offense and built a 48-16 lead before the Cowboys tried to rally a little.

It wasn’t that close.

Running back Aaron Jones had 118 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott had 403 passing yards and three touchdown passes but was intercepted twice in the first half. One interception was returned 64 yards for a touchdown by safety Darnell Savage.

The Packers move on to face the San Francisco 49ers Saturday night on the road in the divisional round.

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