2020 Week 11: Packers at Colts
The Packers managed to lose in hilarious fashion but thoroughly outplayed the Colts.
Green Bay’s failed third downs after halftime let Indianapolis get back into the game and take complete control of the second half.
Tex and Matub debrief after the Packers’ frustrating overtime loss in Indy.
Green Bay hurt itself with sloppy first-half play, but kept fighting, building a 28-14 halftime lead despite a pair of turnovers. But a mystifying second half featured a blown lead, a Packers team looking shook, and a game-ending turnover in OT cost them a win.
The Packers’ starting center left the game with a back injury late in the first quarter.
Green Bay jumped out to an early lead after swapping turnovers.
Green Bay got good news on Sunday for a few of their key players.
The expected reunion of the Packers’ top two receivers is not a lock.
Autry missed practice on Thursday with an illness, and this news presumably means that he will be out for Sunday’s game.
Stampede Blue gives us an up close and personal look at the formidable Indianapolis defense.
With both teams coming in atop their divisions and off different kinds of wins, APC finds it tough to get a consensus on this week’s game.
We check in with Stampede Blue for a look at the Colts offense.
The final score says the Colts handled the Titans, but a closer look tells a much different story. We break down their game against the Titans to give you an idea of what to expect Sunday.
King was a full participant after battling a quadriceps injury for more than a month.
The Packers have their first flex of the season, with the game in two weeks moving back to a more prominent spot for a 3:25 PM CT kick.