Packers Wild Card Round Injury Report — Multiple Receivers Questionable


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The Green Bay Packers have reached the postseason and will face the Dallas Cowboys during wild card weekend. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET Sunday in Dallas, with Fox on the broadcast. The Packers are at on the spread, and the game has a total line of points. 

Jordan Love started his first campaign as a starting quarterback hot, then hit a lull before finding his stride while leading the Packers to a 6-2 record down the stretch. Love succeeded despite injuries to several key receivers and lead back Aaron Jones, who is relatively healthy now. The Packers’ defense has also dealt with key injuries this season. 

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys went 8-0 and averaged 37.4 points per game at home this season. CeeDee Lamb terrorized opposing defenses in all locations with the second-most receiving yards in the NFL. The Cowboys’ defense has a fierce pass rush led by Micah Parsons

Green Bay Packers wild card round injury report 

There Aren’t Any Injured Players for This Team Currently

Potential Key Missing Players

Christian Watson (hamstring)

Coming off a great rookie campaign, Watson pulled his hamstring before the season and never got right, then aggravated the injury in Week 13. He has missed Green Bay’s last five games and might not be at full strength for this matchup if he’s active. 

Romeo Doubs (chest)

Doubs suffered a chest injury during the Packers’ Week 18 win over the Bears and was spitting up blood on the sidelines. He left the game and is listed as day-to-day. 

A.J. Dillon (hand)

Dillon was unable to take the field in Week 18, and Jones handled the bulk of the work out of the backfield. If Dillon is active, he will likely play a backup role behind Jones.