In their first three possessions against the Cowboys’ offense, the Packers surrendered 192 yards, and they did not force a punt.
As you might guess, the Packers are losing.
Tony Romo’s 25-yard TD pass to tight end Jason Witten gave the host Cowboys a 13-3 lead after one quarter against the Packers at AT&T Stadium.
Romo has completed 7-of-10 passes for 115 yards, while tailback DeMarco Murray has racked up 77 yards on just seven carries.
With their offense compromised somewhat without star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the Packers need to be sound as they can be in all phases to be competitive. Their special teams have done their part, with Mason Crosby connecting on a 57-yard first-quarter field goal. However, the Packers’ defense has a real rough go of it to begin Sunday’s game.