Packers vs. Cowboys Memes: The Best Funny Images 2017
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Packers vs. Cowboys Memes: The Best Funny Images 2017

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One of the many Cowboys-Packers memes.

The Cowboys-Packers matchup tends to bring out the best (and worst) out of both fan bases. The two teams squared off in Week 5 of the 2017 season in a highly anticipated matchup. Heavy looks at the best memes from around social media.

Dallas is looking for a little revenge after Aaron Rodgers destroyed the team’s Super Bowl hopes in the playoffs. Here’s a look at the amazing pass by Rodgers to Jared Cook that set up the game-winning field goal. Cowboys fans may want to look away.

This was just the latest crazy playoff ending. In 2015, there was the controversial catch/no catch involving Dez Bryant during the playoffs. Cowboys fans are still salty about the play being ruled incomplete, and can often be seen using the #DezCaughtIt. Here’s another look at the play.

Bryant spoke about the play before the most recent Cowboys-Packers playoff matchup. Bryant admitted he still hears about the play in an interview with ESPN.

When the world found out we’re playing the Packers, I instantly went to my Twitter, just because, Everywhere I go I still hear it ’til this day: It was a catch…Of course it was tough. It was heartbreaking. That ended our season.

The play lives on, and has become part of sports’ pop culture. “Dez Caught It” signs continue to pop up as this one during ESPN College Gameday shows.

These are two of the most storied franchises in the history of the NFL. The recent success of both teams has rekindled a rivalry that goes back decades. Green Bay has a slight 18-17-1 lead in the series. The Packers have won six out of the last seven matchups including the two heartbreaking playoff victories.

Here’s a look at some of the funniest Packers-Cowboys memes.

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