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No Victory for Green Bay Packers on NFL Betting Week 2

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Monday, 21 September 2009 21:09

The Packers fell unexpectedlyThe Green Bay Packers team proved to be a favorite for the 2009 NFL Betting season on his debut against the Chicago Bears, the first week of the campaign saw a quarterback Aaron Rodgers as elite easily take his team to the NFC North championship, but despite impressive statistical numbers hold, the quarterback of the Packers failed to generate a new victory for the franchise, the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the 31-24 group at Lambeau Field itself.

Rodgers completed 21 passes for 261 yards and a touchdown, but suffered six sacks at the hands of Antwan Odom (5) and Rey Maualuga (1). Definitely their statistics highlighted in the positive area, but again the line is important who makes mistakes, even forcing Rodgers to run the ball once the bag collision protection and risk receiving a major injury to get a first down .

The game started for the Packers in the first quarter, both teams went into halftime after a tie 21-21. It was precisely in the third quarter when the Cincinnati Bengals went ahead with a touchdown to the Packers could not return, doomed to end the game with a 31-24 defeat.

Although it was the defensive line which stopped the Packers to advance to a victory, the Bengals also managed to highlight offensively with Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco controversial. Palmer managed to complete 15 passes for three touchdowns and two interceptions, for his part received Ochocinco 91 yards in 4 passes and a touchdown.

The Packers promise to keep your business running in the next few games, their schedule is favorable, just missing the team cohesion and eventually seize the power and effectiveness of its quarterback, Brett Favre's successor, Aaron Rodgers.

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