The Green Bay Packers showed up and played like a different team against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. They played strong defense and Dak Prescott was frustrated by them, which forced him to throw two interceptions against Rudy Ford, an ex-Auburn star. A stunning three-touchdown performance by their rookie receiver, Christian Watson carried the Packers’ offense. Green Bay’s Aaron Jones ran for 138 yards with a touchdown and 24 carries. The disappointing loss was revealed by Dallas owner Jerry Jones by Jon Machota, The Athletic .
“They were able to run the ball better. They were able to stop us more. It was a very disappointing loss. We’re rested, had two weeks off. Everybody was ready to go. Just couldn’t get it done,” Jones said. “It’s very frustrating. We’re healthy. We got our guys out there.”
It was one the most entertaining games in the 2022-2023 NFL Season. Dallas running back Tony Pollard impressed without Ezekiel Ell on field.
Pollard, when given the chance, has proven to be one the most explosive and efficient ball carriers in the National Football League. He ran for 115 yards and scored a touchdown in 22 carries against Green Bay on Sunday.
speculation about the franchise possibly adding Odell Bettham Jr. to it, but Jerry Jones was not in the mood to talk about the star wide receiver after the defeat.
According to Jon Machota from The Athletic, Jones stopped any Beckham Jr. talk during media. He was focused on Sunday’s defeat, and he believes that Dallas has enough players to win a game such as Sunday.
“That’s another subject, with another point. I won’t go there,” said Jones. “We really had the players on the field to get the job done tonight.”
Over the past few weeks, Beckham Jr. has been connected with Jones and the Cowboys. This really intensified in the weeks leading up to the trade deadline. It was also reported that Beckham Jr. hopes to be on a roster by November.
Rumors linking the Super Bowl champ wideout to the Cowboys and Beckham Jr. will continue to swirl until Beckham Jr. decides on his next NFL destination.