Both teams scored on their initial possessions of the game. The Packers drove down the field quickly on the opening possession, with Brett Hundley throwing for 58 yards on the series. That included a 30-yard touchdown to Jamaal Williams, who was wide open in front of the right pylon for the score.
The Browns responded immediately, however, with Josh Gordon making two receptions on that series. That included an 18-yard touchdown up the middle to put the Browns on the board. Cleveland later took the lead on a Duke Johnson touchdown reception in the second quarter.
Cleveland’s quarterback, DeShone Kizer, had arguably his best half of the season until his final throw. He completed 15 of 18 passes for 174 yards and two touchdowns, but he did throw a late interception to Ha Ha Clinton-Dix just before the half. Hundley is 8 of 13 overall for 80 yards and one score. However, the Packers have just 22 rushing yards as a team, which is responsible at least in part for the poor offensive showing so far.
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