This Thursday night NFL Network game is one with a bit of history behind it. One of the most famous-- and in some polls voted the most well-known-- championship games in NFL history was the Ice Bowl of Dec. 31, 1967; players having problems from frostbite for the rest of their lives, and the game marking the end of the Lombardi Dynasty of the 60's. Then 3 decades later, when Green Bay finally returned to a championship level, the Cowboys have been a thorn in their side, with their win over the Packers in the 1995 NFC Championship nestled among the current streak of 8 straight wins for Dallas at Texas Stadium While it's now taken both teams almost a decade to get back to championship level, it seems that once again 'the seeds cast upon the waters have returned,' or some such analogy. All I'm really saying is that when Dallas and Green Bay are both at the top of the league-- or at least the conference-- it makes for a good rivalry. Dallas/Washington has been a good one at times, and going further back so has Green Bay/Chicago. But D/GB is one that never lasts, but does recur, so I like it when it's here. And I think the home field advantage for either team will continue. Dallas 30, Green Bay 24.