What we learned from Packers' win over Lions?
Packers played against Lions on Monday night. In the first half of the game, Lions was relatively slightly better. Which made me nervous, but in the end, the packers lived up to expectations. Packers dominate 2nd half, bounce back to beat Lions 35-17. I watched this game the whole time, they all do great. The contractor team was able to withstand the pressure of losing in the first half and quickly adjust to a good state. It can show that their mental quality and physical endurance are very strong.
On the other hand, Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions came out strong, but Aaron Rodgers found his vintage form for the Green Bay Packers. Led by stellar nights from Rodgers and running back Aaron Jones, the Packers pulled away from the Lions to win Monday at a rainy Lambeau Field. So as long as you have a dream in your heart, everything is possible. Just like the Packers win over Lions.
The Packers' offense is not dead!
Green Bay rebounded from a putrid three-point showing in Week 1 by matching Detroit touchdown for touchdown in the first half, then absolutely exploded in the second half. Aaron Rodgers stuffed the stat sheet and lit up the scoreboard, completing 22 of 27 passes for 255 yards, four touchdowns and a 145.6 passer rating. Rodgers did it by spreading the ball all over the field, connecting with Davante Adams eight times for 121 yards while targeting seven different pass-catchers. The Rodgers-to-Robert Tonyan connection saw new life, with Rodgers' touchdown strike to Tonyan over the middle putting the Packers ahead for good in the third quarter.
Aaron Jones made history, scoring four scrimmage touchdowns for the second time in his career and became the only Packers running back to score three receiving touchdowns and one rushing in franchise history. In his first game at Lambeau Field without his father in attendance, Aaron Jones had a night to remember. I believe he can inherit his father's last wish and continue to fulfill his dream.
De'Vondre Campbell's now-nomadic career might have found a new home in Green Bay.
After recording six tackles in the Packers' Week 1 loss, Campbell made a ton of plays Monday night, finishing with a team-high 13 tackles and an interception that served as the dagger plunged into Detroit's hopes for a comeback. The 28-year-old is the latest mercenary to fill a need for Green Bay at linebacker, and though the Packers still need to figure out how to put together a complete defensive performance as a team, they have to be encouraged by what they got out of the veteran against the Lions.
We know this is what the Packers are capable of doing, and after a stunning lack of output in Week 1, Green Bay fans have to feel relieved to see their Packers return to form on Monday night. I hope they can continue to maintain this state of the game and continue to win. Let us look forward to their next game together.
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