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Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles Recap

Aaron Rodgers and his explosive offense, beat the Philadelphia Eagles 53-20 in historic Lambeau Field. Rodgers passed for 3 touchdowns and 341 yards in Sunday's win. Two of the scores were by running back Eddie Lacy. The 75 yard punt return by Micah Hyde, also helped seal the win. Previously, the Eagles were leading the NFC in scoring average, but with the help of Clay Matthews getting more playtime as inside linebacker, he lead the defense with 5 tackles and a sack. Rodgers broke Tom Brady's record of 288 passes at home, without an interception. The Packers also broke a team record, of scoring over 28 points in the first half, the past 4 home games. They have outscored their opponents 128-9 in the first half.

Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears Recap

On Sunday November 9th the struggling Chicago Bears traveled to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night football, unfortunately their defense didn't show up for the game. The Packers scored 6 first half touchdowns to take a 42-0 lead into the 2nd half. Aaron Rodgers was 18-27 for 315 yards and 6 touchdowns while throwing no interceptions. Rodgers was never sacked on the night. Jay cutler was 22/37 for 272 yards with a touchdown and 2 interceptions. Jordy Nelson had the big game receiving with 152 yards on 6 catches 2 of which were for scores.

New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers Recap

Aaron Rodgers lead the Green Bay Packers into New Orleans for a matchup with the underperforming Saints, who desperately needed a win to keep pace. But despite Rodgers throwing for 418 yards, the Packers came up three touchdowns short thanks to a dominant second-half by the Saints. In the victory, Drew Brees completed 27 of 32 passes for 311 yards (including second-half touchdowns to Brandin Cooks, Josh Hill, and Jimmy Graham) and Mark Ingram carried 24 times for 172 yards. In defeat, Randall Cobb caught five balls for 126 yards and Eddie Lacy caught 8 for 123 in addition to his 59 yards on the ground.
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