Packers Lose a Good Old Fashioned Shootout, 33-32
Tough loss for Green Bay. This game went back and forth for the entire four quarters. It really came down to ‘Whoever had the last with the ball would win the game.’ What’s funny is the secondary wasn’t the problem, rather, the young inside linebackers hurt them majorly in the middle. Way too many completions happened in open space. The third quarter seemed to be the difference in this game. Green Bay had a couple opportunities to extend their lead, and they couldn’t get it done.
Aaron Rodgers showed some vintage looks out there with big games for Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams alike in the passing game. They might have found a way to run the football with Aaron Ripkowski which is a wet dream for Northern Wisconsin. All is not lost for Green Bay, but there is little room for error in the next two weeks with Indianapolis and Tennessee. If Minnesota wins tomorrow night which is assumed, they will go up two games again on Green Bay.