For the eighth time, the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys will be facing off in the postseason.
This postseason rivalry has been one of the most meaningful of the Super Bowl era, with all eight meetings encompassing 1966 and beyond.
Dallas is the current NFC king, with the conference's best record. But the Packers are the hottest team in the NFC with seven straight wins - a far cry from their matchup back in October when the Cowboys won in a blowout.
Voice of the Packers Wayne Larrivee, though, believes the Cowboys are very similar - because they have stayed healthy.
"They are one of the healthiest teams in the NFL, along with the New England Patriots. It's one of the two big reasons why they and the Patriots are No. 1 seeds," said Larrivee on "Wisconsin's Afternoon News."
To overcome, the Packers will need to have every one of Aaron Rodgers' healthy weapons at top performance, whether that is Jordy Nelson who may be out with rib injuries, or whether it's Randall Cobb who came back from injury.
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