The Green Bay Packers’ game against the New York Jets on Sunday started off in awful fashion. The Jets jumped out to a two-touchdown lead early on, and it took a missed 45-yard field goal to keep New York from scoring on all of their first three offensive series in the game.
Sam Darnold was picking the Packers’ defense apart early, but Aaron Rodgers and company woke up in the second quarter to start pulling back in the game. A 49-yard touchdown to Jake Kumerow and a nice scoring run by Jamaal Williams gave the Packers a pair of scores. A late Mason Crosby field goal at the end of the half pulled the Packers within four points at 21-17.
Green Bay will receive the opening kickoff of the second half.
Aaron Rodgers is having a solid day statistically, completing 15 of 19 passes for 165 yards and a touchdown. Join us here for the second half of today’s game.