From Lombardi and Landry through Reggie and Brett, Troy and Emmitt.
From the tundra of Lambeau to the gap in the Texas Stadium roof to Jerry's palace.
Packers-Cowboys has been one of the NFL's most entertaining and meaningful rivalries for decades. Whether it was the Ice Bowl or A-Rod's impromptu pass to Jared Cook, people (and players and coaches) remember these matchups.
They'll be back at it on Sunday when Green Bay (3-1) visits Dallas (2-2).
"Ahhh, yeah," says Packers receiver Jordy Nelson, who leads the league with five TD catches. "It's a good conversation, for the fans. There's a lot of history there in the past, and I think we've had a lot of history just recently, too, and we played them, I think in my 10 years nine times or so, eight times.
"And so it's just some big games; big games and some incredible finishes. Hopefully, there's another one."
For anyone who really could forget it, this is a rematch of the Packers' 34-31 divisional playoff win in January when Aaron Rodgers completed a 35-yard pass to Jared Cook on third-and-20 with 3 seconds left. That set up Mason Crosby's 51-yard field goal as time expired.
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten recognizes why the Packers are so formidable, especially for Dallas.
"I just think the entire organization, what they've built, starts with Aaron Rodgers and the way he plays," Witten says. "I think we have so much respect for their defense, Clay Matthews and the way they attack as a football team. They're a blueprint in a lot of ways, and more than anything they've played well at critical times throughout the last seven, eight, 10 years."
The week's action began with New England's 19-14 victory at Tampa Bay.
Tom Brady threw for 303 yards and one touchdown, and New England's porous defense showed signs of improvement. The Super Bowl champion Patriot (3-2) rebounded from a last-second loss to Carolina, despite Brady turning the ball over twice - on his first interception in eight regular-season games and a fumble on one of Tampa Bay's three sacks. Neither of the mistakes led to points for Tampa Bay (2-2), which was unable to do much offensively until the fourth quarter.
Off this week are Washington (2-2), New Orleans (2-2), Atlanta (3-1) and Denver (3-1)
Seattle (2-2) at Los Angeles Rams (3-1)
Key game in the NFC West as the Rams, whose offense has been sizzling behind running back Todd Gurley and a rapidly improving QB Jared Goff, can establish their credentials against the division boss, Seattle. Gurley is back in 2015 Offensive Rookie of the Year form, gaining 215 yards from scrimmage in a win at Dallas. He has 596 yards rushing/receiving, second-highest total in the NFL to Chiefs rookie Kareem Hunt.
The Seahawks also have come alive on offense, gaining 910 yards overall in losing at Tennessee and beating Indianapolis at home. But rookie sensation RB Chris Carson broke his leg and is on injured reserve.
Kansas City (4-0) at Houston (2-2)
Unless the Texans lay an egg as they did against Jacksonville in the opener, they should provide a strong test for the league's only unbeaten squad. Kansas City has won 26 of its past 30 regular-season games, but never looked as good as now, with Andy Reid's offense humming behind Hunt and quarterback Alex Smith. Get this: The Chiefs have not committed a turnover since their first offensive play from scrimmage in Week 1, Hunt's fumble on his initial NFL carry. He's made up for it big time.
Houston has come on defensively even without J.J. Watt being the major force. Watt does not have a sack, but he has 4