What You Might've Missed: On key sacks and good bounces

In the Packers' NFC divisional playoff victory over the Cowboys, some key sacks by the Green Bay defense in the second half were set up by the combination of outstanding coverage in the secondary and the limited mobility of Dallas QB Tony Romo following his leg injury.

A couple of bounces also went the Packers' way in the second half, one on a critical forced fumble by LB Julius Peppers when RB DeMarco Murray appeared headed for a long TD run, and another when TE Andrew Quarless somehow came out of the pile with WR Randall Cobb's fumble on a kickoff.

In this week's edition of "What You Might've Missed," Packers.com's Mike Spofford takes a closer look at those plays and what they meant to Green Bay's big win.

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