Week 14 2018: Packers vs. Falcons
First-drive rhythm plus a visibly healthy Aaron Rodgers equaled a special offensive day for the Packers versus Atlanta.
For just the second time all season, the Packers converted third downs above a 50% clip without drastic changes to the offense.
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense returned to life against Atlanta, but we won’t know if that was real until they travel to Chicago.
Lucas Patrick protected Aaron Rodgers in more ways than one this week.
In their first game since firing Mike McCarthy, the Packers showed the kind of ability this team had all along.
A 24-yard touchdown gives Rodgers the new record.
Green Bay now leads 17-7 in the second quarter.
Green Bay's elite receiver put them on the board early against Atlanta.
Good luck to Aaron Rodgers against a talented Falcons pass rush.
Dave Choate of SB Nation’s Atlanta Falcons blog The Falcoholic answers our questions about head coach Dan Quinn’s future.
Bryan Bulaga looks like he is in the most danger of missing the game among these the three starters.
Dave Choate of SB Nation’s Atlanta Falcons blog The Falcoholic answers our questions about the Falcons offense.
Dave Choate of SB Nation’s Atlanta Falcons blog The Falcoholic answers our questions about the Falcons defense.
There’s now concern that the Packers may indeed need to make a roster move for the most specialized position on the roster.
Most of the Midwest will be able to see this Sunday’s game on local TV.
And one specialist was injured late in the session, potentially forcing a roster move soon.
Green Bay passed on Calvin Ridley twice in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, choosing the talented wideout’s possible matchup across the line of scrimmage this week instead.