Week 6 2018: Packers vs. 49ers
The Packers enter the bye week preparing for their toughest stretch of the season. Will they be up to the task?
Week 6 felt like a game that previewed more good things to come from the Packers’ offense. Going into the bye, there’s plenty of room for optimism.
Green Bay’s kicker bounced back in a big way on Monday and got a league honor for his efforts.
It took almost a half, but once the Packers figured out how to line up against Kyle Shanahan’s offense, the chunk plays all but disappeared.
The Takeaway, 49ers vs. Packers: Aaron Rodgers overcomes injury-riddled roster to keep Packers afloat
The undermanned Packers dealt with even more injuries during Monday’s game against the 49ers, but Aaron Rodgers found a way to carry the team to victory. Still, even a two-time MVP quarterback can’t rescue Green Bay like this every week.
The Green Bay defense was much better in the second half than the first, though that wasn’t a high bar to clear.
The Packers’ kicker got his groove back on Monday night.
After a horrific game against the Lions, Crosby came back to win the game against San Francisco thanks to some late-game heroics from Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers’ right tackle added another injury to his list of ailments and was replaced by Byron Bell early in the first half.
After points galore in the first half, join us for the final 30 minutes of regulation from Lambeau Field.
Join us for the first half of the Packers’ final game before their bye week.
Green Bay is down two veteran receivers and one starting corner for another week.
It looks like Davante Adams will be flanked by a trio of rookies once again on Monday night.
A whole bunch of starters for both teams are questionable on the final injury report of Week 6.
The Packers’ top two options at right tackle both left practice with injuries on Friday.
Here’s how and when to tune in for the Packers’ only MNF game of the year.
David Fucillo of SB Nation’s San Francisco 49ers blog Niners Nation answers our questions about Jimmy Garoppolo’s season-ending injury, the state of San Francisco’s defense, and what he expects from 49ers versus Packers.
The Packers thankfully have most of their players back at practice, but San Francisco is going to be challenged to put a full 46-man roster together on Monday.
Last Sunday’s debacle doesn’t shake our faith in the Packers to beat a banged-up San Francisco squad.
San Francisco’s 2018 season has not gone as anticipated from a health standpoint, and Monday’s game could provide an opportunity for the Packers to solve lingering issues, especially on defense.