If you have any worries about Bakers‘The ability to recover from the loss of the blowpipe, we can go ahead and throw those worries out the window. A week after being trapped by Tampa Bay, the Bakers responded, winning one of the season’s best all-round shows 35-20 Houston Texans. Aaron Rodgers He painted another attacking masterpiece with 283 passing yards and four touchdowns.
The bakers did not run behind Aaron Jones In this game, but as it turned out, they really do not need him, because they have Rodgers and Downton Adams To bear the guilt. It was almost impossible to stop a healthy Adams, he proved it on Sunday. The Packers receiver caught 13 passes for a career-high 196 yards, making it the eighth highest single game total in licensing history.
It was clear early in the game that the Texans, including Adams, were going to have some problems. For example, in this third and 9th of the first quarter, Adams was well covered, but then Rodgers made an amazing throw, which was followed by an even better catch:
Rodgers considered that completion to be a Packers offense on Sunday.
“It simply came to our notice then The third is going to get us down, “Rodgers said after the game, via NBC15.” With some pretty late hands [Adams] … When he’s in the game, we’re tough. ”
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The 28-yard throw for Adams was actually one of only two catches over the 25 yards he had to drive. After two plays, Adams catches Houston’s 36-yard bass setting the Packers in the 5-yard line. The Packers eventually scored a touchdown on the drive to advance 14-0, after which the blow continued.
Rodgers and Adams are connected at key moments in this game. Not only did they change the top third and 9th, but later in the game, after Rodgers hit Adams with a 45-yard touchdown pass, the Packers changed third and fourth.
The pair, who joined the bottom three, scored seven times D.T. To make that statistic even more frantic, note this: The Packers changed 7 of 12 third falls in the game and Adams made all seven changes (third and goal, third and 1st, third and -4, third and 5th, third and 7th, third and 9th, third and 10).
Almost every third down, it was clear where Rodgers was going with the ball, but the Texans could not stop it. Despite a hiccup last week in the Packers offense, it is unknown if that loss will have any long-term consequences. The Packers still seem to be one of the best offense in the NFC, and if they weren’t the best, they would be like that even if they didn’t find a key player in Jones.
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Green Bay 35-20 over Houston
Packers-Texans Standards by Jeff Kerr (Do you like standards? Do you hate standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
Detroit 23-22 over Atlanta
New Orleans 27-24 over Carolina
Buffalo 18-10 over NY Jets
Washington 25-3 over Dallas
Cowboys-Washington Standards Patrick Walker (Do you like standards? Do you hate standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
Cleveland 37-34 over Cincinnati
Josh Edwards’ Browns-Bengals Standards (Like the standards? Do you hate the standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
Pittsburgh on Tennessee 27-24
Brian Diardo’s Steelers-Titans Standards (Like the standards? Do you hate the standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
Tampa Bay 45-20 than Las Vegas
Buccaneers-Riders Standards by Jordan Tajani (Like the standards? Do you hate the standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
San Francisco 33-6 over New England
49ers-Patriots by Tyler Sullivan (Do you like standards? Do you hate standards? Let him know on Twitter.)
LA Chargers 39-29 over Jacksonville
Kansas City 43-16 over Denver
Arizona 37-34 over Seattle
The Seahawks-Cardinals Standards by Cody Benjamin (Do you like standards? Do you hate standards? Let him know on Twitter.)