When will teams learn? They just never may, I guess.

Remember last year in the NFC Divisional Round when Aaron Rodgers found tight end Jared Cook for an improbably completion that set up Mason Crosby’s field goal to end Dallas’ season?

The Cowboys forgot that Aaron Rodgers was a bad man in the two-minute drill.

After blowing a 21-6 lead, the Cowboys had the ball deep in Green Bay territory, but a Dak Prescott read-option touchdown left 1:13 left on the clock for Aaron Rodgers.

BIG mistake.

Rodgers led the Packers down the field 75 yards in 62 seconds as Rodgers found Davante Adams for the game-winning score.

Hey, the lane was wide open for Prescott to keep the ball for a touchdown scamper. It’s hard to blame him, but it’s amazing that teams keep giving Rodgers a chance at the end of these games. He seems to always come up large and burn the opposition. And good for Davante Adams for getting the game-winning reception just over a week after Danny Trevathan laid a devastating hit on him on a Thursday Night Game in Lambeau.

Also, what the hell was Nick Perry thinking here? Go to the ground!