2020 Week 16: Packers vs. Titans
Derrick Henry and the Titans go nowhere while Darnell Savage makes a name for himself.
Opening drives tell us a great deal about how offenses and defenses want to attack. The Packers’ opening salvo against the Titans showed a slew of fronts, a plan for Derrick Henry, and a superstar coming to life.
Green Bay finally got a big game from a 2020 draft pick on Sunday, while a few early 2019 picks are playing tremendous football as well.
Style points don’t earn playoff berths. Matt LaFleur’s team could have come out lethargic in a game that didn’t mean much in the NFC playoff race. Instead, they jumped out to an early lead and kept the foot on the gas to serve notice the Packers are Super Bowl threats.
Two of Green Bay’s young playmakers found the end zone for the first time in their pro careers on Sunday night.
Just after getting Corey Linsley back, the Packers are again reshuffling their offensive line.
Green Bay’s lead runner has now hit four digits rushing two years in a row.
Green Bay took an early 6-0 lead thanks to Adams’ big first drive.
The Packers are getting healthier on the offensive line, but they’ll be without their number two running back.
APC is divided on the result of Sunday night’s game.
With this week’s game getting prime time treatment, the Packers will try to find a way to have success in some inclement weather.
The Packers’ #2 runner is unlikely to plan this weekend, setting up a bigger role for rookie AJ Dillon.