NFL Power Rankings Week 6: Titans drop after embarrassing loss to Bills
4. Green Bay Packers (4-1)
Recap: While this game was one that was billed as a matchup between two of the NFC’s best, what we got instead looked like quite the opposite. The Green Packers were by far the better team in every facet of the game on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys en route to a 34-24 win that wasn’t anywhere near as close as the final score would indicate. The Packers once owned a 31-3 lead in this game.
Pros: Aaron Jones looked like a star for the Packers after he totaled 182 yards (107 rushing) and four touchdowns. The Packers needed someone to step up in Davante Adams’ absence, and Jones did just that. The defense looked dominant for the first three quarters and Dallas’ two fourth quarter scores didn’t mean anything.
Cons: The Packers didn’t really have another receiver make an impact without Adams on the field, but thankfully didn’t need it with how Jones played.
Outlook: The Packers cemented themselves as one of the NFC’s elite with this convincing win over the Cowboys. Green Bay gets an important divisional matchup at home with the Detroit Lions in Week 6.