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This may be a trick question, but there was only one year in which the Packers beat the Cowboys for the NFL Championship, but they did it twice in the same year!

On Jan 1, 1967, the Packers beat the Cowboys 34-27 in the Cotton Bowl to win the 1966 NFL Championship. On Dec 31, 1967, the Packers again beat Dallas (21-17), this time in the infamous "Ice Bowl" to capture the 1967 NFL Championship.

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