Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers: RECAP, score and stats (10/16/16), NFL Week 6 #GreenBayPackers

The Dallas Ranchers, drove by Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliott, headed out to Lambeau Field in Green Sound, Wisconsin, on Sunday to play against Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Elegant, Dirt Matthews and whatever is left of the Green Narrows Packers.

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Here's the AP recap:

GREEN Sound, Wis. (AP) — New kid on the block Dak Prescott tossed for 247 yards and three touchdowns, and the Dallas Cowpokes constrained four turnovers in a 30-16 win over the Green Cove Packers and their useless offense on Sunday.

Prescott was 18 of 27, shaking off two mishandles and a block attempt, to lead the Ranchers (5-1) to their fifth straight win.

He demonstrated balance in the final quarter while walking the Cattle rustlers on a seven-play, 75-yard drive that finished with a 4-yard touchdown go to Cole Beasley for a 18-point lead with 10:26 left.

The score left Packers fans paralyzed at Lambeau Field. They were booing on occasion taking after another rough diversion for the offense. The four turnovers were a season high for Green Inlet (3-2).

Indeed, even two-time NFL MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers wasn't insusceptible from the scoffing. Rodgers completed 31 of 42 for a season-high 294 yards.

In any case, the Packers didn't get into the end zone until Rodgers and Cobb associated on a 6-yard touchdown go with 6:53 left to get inside 27-16.

Rodgers represented two turnovers with a capture to run with a bobble on first-and-objective at the Cattle rustlers 1 with 1:10 left in the second from last quarter. The Packers were arranged in an unfilled backfield at the time.

The Packers had five bungles on the day, losing three.

It was Green Cove's most noticeably bad thrashing at home with Rodgers as the beginning quarterback since a 37-20 misfortune to the Monsters in the 2011 NFC divisional playoffs.


Prescott tossed the main capture attempt of his vocation after he was picked off on third-and-8 from the Dallas 6, tossing out of his end zone with 20 seconds left in second from last quarter. Security Morgan Burnett had the plunging capture.

Prescott's NFL record streak for a quarterback toward the begin of his vocation without a capture attempt closes at 176 pass endeavors. He broke the sign of 162 already held by New Britain's Tom Brady prior in the diversion.

Quality Versus Quality

Dallas marked Green Inlet's alliance best run guard.

The Cattle rustlers scrambled for 93 yards in the primary half against the Packers, which was at that point a season high against Green Sound. The Packers had been permitting 42.8 yards for every diversion entering Sunday.

Dallas was averaging a group best 155.2 yards for each diversion.

New kid on the block Ezekiel Elliott completed with 157 yards on 28 conveys.


Green Inlet trailed 17-6 at halftime. The last time that the Packers trailed by no less than 11 focuses at the half at home was 2013 against Atlanta. Green Cove returned to beat the Hawks 22-21 subsequent to trailing 21-10.


Cowhands: CB Morris Claiborne left with a blackout subsequent to getting hurt in the second quarter.

Packers: The Packers' thin auxiliary, which was at that point without CBs Sam Shields (blackout) and Quinten Rollins (crotch), lost cornerback Damarious Randall in the second quarter after he re-bothered a crotch damage. ... WR Davante Adams left in the second from last quarter to be assessed for a blackout.


Cattle rustlers: Host the Philadelphia Hawks on Oct. 30 following a bye one week from now.

Packers: Have the Chicago Bears on Thursday night.

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Here is the thing that you have to know:

Who: Dallas Cattle rustlers versus Green Inlet Packers

Whenever: Sunday, October 16, 2016

Where: Lambeau Field, Green Sound, Wisconsin

Kickoff: 4:30 p.m. Eastern

Television: FOX

Livestream: NFL Diversion Pass

Line: Packers - 5.5

More to know: Cattle rustlers: first group in NFL history with freshman QB with 1,000+ pass yards (DAK PRESCOTT, 1,239) and new kid on the block RB with 500+ surge yards (EZEKIEL ELLIOTT, 546) in first 5 diversions of season...QB Prescott went for 227 yards and TD with surge TD in Week 5...RB Elliott scrambled for 134 yards and 2 TDs a week ago. RB ALFRED MORRIS scrambled for 107 yards in just meeting (9/15/13 with Was.)...WR COLE BEASLEY had TD get a week ago. TE JASON WITTEN had TD get in 12/15/13 meeting...DE DEMARCUS LAWRENCE had sack in last meeting. DT TERRELL MC CLAIN had vocation high 1.5 sacks a week ago. DE BENSON MAYOWA had sack in Week 5. Had FF in last meeting. LB SEAN LEE leads group with 45 handles. Has 10+ handles in 8 of past 10. Youngster CB ANTHONY Cocoa had profession high 6 handles a week ago. S BARRY CHURCH goes for third in line versus GB with 11+ handles. Has 7+ handles in 8 of past 9...PACKERS: QB AARON RODGERS has 7 TDs and 0 INTs for 100.8 rating in 5 vocation gatherings. Has 109.2 rating at home, most astounding in NFL history (min. 500 ATT). RB EDDIE Fancy averaging 132.5 surge yards for each diversion in 2 vocation gatherings with 2 TDs. RB JAMES STARKS had 103 scrimmage yards (71 surge, 32 rec.) and 2 TDs (1 surge, 1 rec.) in last meeting...WR DAVANTE ADAMS goes for third in column with TD get. WR RANDALL COBB had 8 gets for 81 yards in last meeting. Had 9 gatherings for 108 yards a week ago. WR JORDY NELSON goes for fifth in column with TD get. Had TD in his last amusement versus Dal (12/15/13)...DT MIKE DANIELS had sack in last meeting (12/15/13). LB JAYRONE ELLIOTT had sack in last meeting. LB KYLER FACKRELL had sack and FF a week ago. LB Dirt MATTHEWS goes for fifth in column with sack. Has 3.5 sacks and 62-yard INT-TD in 4 profession gatherings. LB Scratch PERRY has 3 sacks in past 2 at home. LB JAKE RYAN goes for sixth in column with 6+ handles. CB SAM SHIELDS has INT in every one of the 3 profession gatherings. S MICAH HYDE had sack in Week 5.

(NFL Correspondences added to this report)

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