(Reuters) - Aaron Rodgers rallied the Green Bay Packers to a thrilling 26-21 playoff victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, sending them to the NFC title game.
Rodgers, despite a gimpy calf, powered the homestanding Packers to the triumph with two touchdown passes as they fought back from a 21-13 third-quarter deficit. He passed for three touchdowns and 317 yards for the game.
The Packers will meet the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks in Seattle next Sunday for the NFC championship. The winner goes to the Super Bowl.
The Seahawks beat the Packers 36-16 to open the regular season in September.
(Reporting by Gene Cherry in Salvo, North Carolina)