Packers and Cowboys fans share a love of pre-playoff tracking
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Is there anyone who loves playing for the Dallas Cowboys as much as Aaron Jones?
Well, the Packers running back has them.
We know as a team that the Green Bay Packers own the Chicago Bears, but Jones, on his own, can claim ownership in Dallas after what he constantly does to them.
Sunday while Jones was pitching during the Packers' 48-32 wild card playoff win over the Cowboys His Wikipedia page was briefly updated with the description: “Owner of the Dallas Cowboys.”
He got the title.
Through three quarters, Jones tied a Packers postseason record with three touchdowns as he mauled the Dallas defense. Then he surpassed the 100-yard mark early in the fourth quarter.
The Packers fed him plenty and he finished the night with 21 carries for 118 yards, an average of 5.6 yards per carry, before being pulled in the fourth quarter when the Packers closed out the game.
It was a happy homecoming for Jones, an El Paso native, as well as for members of his family, some of whom were present and received footballs after Jones' touchdown.
The performance comes four years later He scored four touchdowns against the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in the Packers' 34-24 win.
And last year against the Cowboys at Lambeau Field in another Packers win, Jones rushed for 138 yards and a score.
He entered the game averaging 123.3 yards and six touchdowns in three games against the Cowboys.
Here are his amazing numbers now after his last amazing game against the Cowboys:
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