Brett Hundley ended his 2015 preseason in scorching hot fashion.
The former UCLA quarterback burned the New Orleans Saints defense by the tone of four touchdown passes Thursday night, finishing the game 16-of-23 and passing for 236 yards. The Packers defeated the Saints 38-10, with all 38 of those points coming unanswered.
As expected, the Packers rested the majority of its starters in its last preseason game. Here's our recap of Green Bay's preseason finale:
The Saints produced two scoring drives on its first two offensive possessions. Luke McCown went a perfect 5-for-5 on his only offensive drive and gave New Orleans a 7-0 lead after hitting Willie Snead seven yards out, followed by a 21-yard field after quarterback Ryan Griffin took the team 58 yards in 13 plays.
Scott Tolzien played the entire first quarter for the Packers, but didn't merit a notable performance. The Packers went three-and-out on its first two offensive series, and Tolzien finished 7-of-11 passing for 41 yards and one interception. It should be noted that the interception wasn't Tolzien's fault, as Myles White stopped on his route and allowed Kyle Wilson to come up with the pick.
One of the bright spots for the Packers in the first half was the debut of wide receiver Jared Abbrederis. Abbrederis first touched the ball at the beginning of the second quarter and took his first punt 17 yards. The Wisconsin native shook three Saints players on the return. Abbrederis also caught his first pass on the drive. Mason Crosby connected on a 54-yard field after Abbrederis' catch to make the score 10-3, Saints.
The Packers tied the game up right before halftime as Jeff Janis hauled in a 14-yard laser from Hundley. The touchdown reception was Janis' fifth in eight total preseason games.
It didn't take the Packers long to put points on the board in the second half.
On the third play of Green Bay's first drive, Hundley hit Larry Pinkard on a slant for a 77-yard touchdown pass as the receiver out-ran the Saints' secondary. Pinkard's touchdown reception gave the Packers its first lead of the game, 17-10.
The next two touchdowns from Hundley would both go to White while the Packers were in the Saints' five yard line. Hundley took the Packers 21 yards on seven plays, then 69 yards on eight plays. The fourth touchdown for Hundley gave the Packers a 31-10 lead.
Running back John Crockett went right for 15 yards to score the final touchdown on the night, ending the game at 38-10. Crockett finished the game with 42 yards on eight rushes.
Hundley finished the 2015 preseason 45-of-65 passing for 630 yards, with seven touchdowns and only one interception.
Thus ends the preseason for the Packers, who finished with a 2-2 record.