By BOB McGINN
Is it too much to ask a second-year quarterback to slide down one yard short of the go-ahead touchdown?
If your prized offensive line has taken command of an exhausted defense, All-Pro Ezekiel Elliott is your running back and Aaron Rodgers is pacing the opposite sideline like a caged animal, it can’t be.
It was the individual and collective brilliance of Rodgers and Davante Adams that in the end gave the Green Bay Packers their electrifying 35-31 victory over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday at AT&T Stadium.
The Packers’ stars, however, might not have even had a chance if, as Co...
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