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Packers hang on to defeat Cowboys, move to 4-1Submitted: 10/06/2019
Packers hang on to defeat Cowboys, move to 4-1
Andrew Goldstein
Andrew Goldstein
Sports Anchor/Reporter
agoldstein@wjfw.com

DALLAS - The Green Bay Packers defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 34-24, to move to 4-1 on the season and retain their place atop the NFC North.

Green Bay led 24-0 at the half, but a 21-3 scoring run from Dallas left the Cowboys within striking distance late until Brett Maher's 33-yard field goal miss with 1:44 left sealed the game for the Packers.

Aaron Jones had his best game of the season, gaining 182 total yards and scoring four touchdowns.

The Detroit Lions await the Packers next Monday night at Lambeau Field.




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