The Dallas Cowboys begin their journey to Super Bowl LVIII when they host the Green Bay Packers for NFL Super Wild Card Weekend on Saturday. In a game where America's Team is heavily favored to advance to the Divisional Round, Cowboys fans finally know which jersey players will wear this weekend.
The Athletic's Jon Machota revealed on Wednesday that the Cowboys will wear their traditional white uniforms when they face the Packers on Sunday. This game marks the 11th time that Dallas is wearing those jerseys this season and the team's first time doing so since Week 16.
Meanwhile, Green Bay will don its traditional green uniform.
For those wondering, the Cowboys have had mixed results wearing their white jerseys this season. Although they own a 3-0 record while wearing those threads at AT&T Stadium, they're 5-5 overall in their white jerseys as opposed to 7-0 in any other uniform.
In other words, each of the Cowboys' five regular-season losses came while wearing white.
It's also worth noting that Dallas was in white the last two times it faced Green Bay in the playoffs. Neither of those instances went the Cowboys' way as the first of those meetings involved the infamous Dez Bryant no-catch in 2015 (resulting in a 26-21 loss) while the second clash in 2017 saw the Packers win 34-31 due to a last-second 51-yard field goal.
Having said that, Aaron Rodgers was instrumental to both losses and with him out of the picture, the Cowboys have a chance to reverse the white jersey curse against the Packers.
As of Wednesday, FanDuel Sportsbook lists the Cowboys as 7.5-point favorites over the Packers at AT&T Stadium.
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