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The Packers beat the Jets

Written by Michael Gordon   
Monday, 15 September 2014 09:09
The Packers beat the JetsIn his first regular season game in 2014 in the traditional Lambeau Field, the Green Bay Packers won the hopeful and reinforced New York Jets. The game ended 31-24 to the principal, but the New Yorkers gave a fright and almost won away from home in an outcome that would be a huge upset in week 2.

The first half was dominated by controlled Geno Smith and the score became 14 to 3 Everything went wrong for the Packers: run game or air game without stability hindered their lives. In the second quarter, Chris Ivory increased the lead to New York, while the Packers were content with field goals of 20:55-yard Mason Crosby until missing 11 seconds for the interval, Rodgers connected a six-yard pass to Cobb, who gave a new life to the team for the remainder of the game.

After the difficulties in the first half, the second step was all the Packers. With a TD Randall Cobb, the Packers took the lead, but the following season the Jets tied with a field goal from Nick Folk: 24 to 24 Two plays later came the big play that nearly toppled the Jets: pass 80 yards Rodgers to Nelson and 31. 24.
To complete missing for the final 4:57 of the game, Geno Smith hit a beautiful pass to Jeremy Kerley. Would likely tie the touchdown, but offensive coordinator called a timeout before the play started and after that the team did not score. Victory of the Packers.

Aaron Rodgers showed how you do when the playing gets caught. Were 25 of 42 attempted passes, 346 yards and three touchdowns pro shirt 12. run game just started to fit in the end. Eddie Lacy ran only 43 yards on 13 attempts. In the air, Jordy Nelson totaled 209, nine receptions and a touchdown. On defense, Morgan Burnett begins to establish itself as a great safety in the NFL, getting 11 tackles and one pass defended.

The Jets were reinforced and had a huge improvement. Geno Smith hit 50% of the launched 32 passes, 176 yards, one touchdown and one rushing air, and an interception. Chris Ivory rushed 43 yards and notched a touchdown, while Eric Decker is expected and corresponding to that game were 63 yards on four receptions and a touchdown.

In the next round the Packers will have a classic division against the Lions in Detroit, Sunday at 14h (GMT). Since the Jets play against another team in the NFC North, this time against the Bears is in New York, next Monday Night Football.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 00:19
 
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