Packers host Cowboys, Mike McCarthy; only on FOX6

The Green Bay Packers host the Dallas Cowboys and Mike McCarthy at Lambeau Field on Sunday, Nov. 12. 

The game kicks off at 3:25 p.m. – only on FOX6. You are invited to stick around for a special edition of FOX6 News after the game. 

It's the first meeting between the Packers and their former head coach, McCarthy, since he took the Cowboys' head job in 2020.

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McCarthy won Super Bowl XLV as the Packers' head coach. He led the Packers to 10 playoff wins – the most by a head coach in team history – and a team-record four straight division titles over his 13 seasons in Green Bay. 

Head to head, the Packers lead the Cowboys 20-17 in the all-time series – including playoffs – and have one three in a row and eight of the last nine. The teams last clashed in 2019, when the Packers won 34-24 at Dallas.

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Famously, the teams squared off in the 1967 NFL Championship, popularly known as the Ice Bowl. Kickoff temperature was recorded as -46 degrees with wind chill – the coldest game in league history. By comparison, this Sunday's kickoff is forecasted at a balmy 28 degrees with wind chill. 

The Packers (3-6) have lost five straight games, while the Cowboys (6-2) are winners of their last two.