Mike McCarthy and the Dallas Cowboys may be the team that can ruin the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl hopes this January.
Let’s not forget Mike McCarthy and the Dallas Cowboys will be taking on the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in January. There could also be a Super Bowl spot on the line.
With two weeks remaining in the regular season, the Cowboys have already clinched their divisions. It would not surprise to see the NFC playoffs pass through Lambeau Field, with Dallas (11-4) one game behind Green Bay (12-3). If the Cowboys win their NFC Wild Card match against a No. 5 to No. They could face the Packers at Lambeau if they are a 7 seed at home.
It would be the best revenge if McCarthy will be the one to knock out the Packers in the playoffs.
If the Packers win the two-week battle against the Minnesota Vikings, and the Detroit Lions, they will be the number one seed in the NFC. At 14-3, they are the NFC’s No. 1 seed. They would be given a bye in the first round and then would wait for their opponent in divisional rounds. If they are the lowest-seeded NFC playoff team, it could be any number, even the Cowboys.
Dallas is playing well enough to make one believe that the Cowboys might be back in the NFC Championship Game for the first time since well over a decade. FOX would be the best channel to watch the Packers play the Cowboys at the NFC Championship game. McCarthy was the last Green Bay coach to make it to the Super Bowl. These are the playoff stories to remember.
This would be McCarthy’s revenge against the team that fired him mid-season. It would also serve as a retribution game for the Cowboys from the Dez Caught it game. Two years later, No. On the Jared Cook pass, which set up the game-winning field goal for the divisional round, 4 Green Bay beat Dallas in Arlington two years later. Cowboys fans will never forget this.
Dallas is one of the few teams that can win the Super Bowl. Green Bay has been part of that group almost every season. Although reaching the NFC Championship game would be a major accomplishment for the Cowboys since 1995, it will not suffice to satisfy this passionate, national fanbase. They will demand more.