GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - One day after matching the greatest come-from-behind victory in their 93-year history, the Green Bay Packers' focus is on another comeback: A late-season rally that will extend their streak of consecutive postseason berths to five.
But whether they'll have quarterback Aaron Rodgers for the final two games of the regular season remains unclear.
After erasing a 23-point halftime deficit to beat the Dallas Cowboys 37-36 on Sunday, the Packers enter their final two games at 7-6-1.
They'll face Pittsburgh next Sunday at Lambeau Field before the regular-season finale at Chicago on Dec. 29.
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