Green Bay Packers vs. New York Jets Recap
September 14, 2014
Leading the way with 209 yards and a touchdown, Jordy Nelson and the Packers came back to beat the New York Jets. The first half of this game was all Jets, with Geno Smith running for a touchdown and throwing one to Erick Decker. Chris Ivory also managed to run in a touchdown for the Jets as well. The Packers offense couldn't convert on multiple drives and had to settle for three Mason Crosby field goals. In the third quarter, Aaron Rodgers connected with Randall Cobb for a short 1 yard touchdown and Jordy Nelson for a spectacular catch and run touchdown of 80 yards. The Jets almost tied it up late in the game, but a timeout was called by offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, which negated the touchdown.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers Recap
September 4, 2014
The Seattle Seahawks vs the Green Bay Packers was a blow out in favour of the Seahawks. Mashawn Lynch was an all-star this game. Lynch ran for a total of 110 yards. He also scored two touchdowns over the course of the game.
In the first half of the game, Russel Wilson made an incredible 33 yard pass to Ricardo Lockette that ended up scoring a touch down. Aaron Rodgers of the Packers was no slouch, and ran for a total of 189 yards, but it just wasn't enough to beat the Seattle Seahawks. Rodgers got sacced three times by the Seahawks.
Derrick Colemann scored the last Touchdown which closed out the game with only 2 minutes 31 seconds left on the clock.
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NFL Preseason: Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Recap
August 28, 2014
Both the Packers and Chiefs rested their starting quarterbacks in this final preseason game, though that did little to dampen the scoring for Green Bay, who was in charge the entire game. The Packers jumped to an early 20-0 lead behind touchdown passes from both backup quarterbacks, Scott Tolzein and Matt Flynn, along with two Mason Crosby field goals. The Chiefs fought to close the gap before halftime, as Tyler Bray threw a TD to Richard Gordon. In the second half, the Chiefs offense still struggled, held to a single touchdown from running back Joe McKnight, while Flynn and Tolzein each threw their second touchdown pass of the game for the Packers, who cruised to an easy victory.