The Packers go up to an early 7-0 lead after an almost eight-minute drive.

In the wild-card playoff game that took place on Sunday, the Packers had the ideal drive to begin the game.

The first kickoff was taken by them, and they marched 75 yards in 12 plays, which took 7 minutes and 52 seconds off the clock. This gave them a 7-0 lead.

The Cowboys committed two penalties, one of which occurred on the second play, which were advantageous to Green Bay.

Jordan Love was sacked by Chauncey Golston and Donovan Wilson for a loss of two yards after DeMarcus Lawrence and Donovan Wilson had previously stopped Aaron Jones for no gain on the opening play from scrimmage.

On the other hand, Cowboys cornerback DaRon Bland was brought down for unlawful contact, which resulted in the Packers receiving an automatic first down.

The other penalty that the Cowboys received occurred on third down on the goal line.

Lawrence jumped offsides, which resulted in a third-and-5 situation being converted into a third-and-2 situation. Jones then scored on a run of three yards.

Romeo Doubs caught a pass for 22 yards, and Love completed four passes for a total of 42 yards. During his seven carries, Jones gained 25 yards on the ground.

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