On that last one, I can't blame him. He wanted Adams deep and he had to wait to see whether Adams could beat it. He couldn't. So he ran.
I'm guessing a few more than that the way things are going now.
Four touches, 54 yards for RB Aaron Jones.
They get Adams in a one-on-one and there's a slant that is almost impossible to cover against him.
That's where play-action actually works.
No linebacker to drop back into the throwing lane.
This is only the second time this season the Packers have score a touchdown on their opening drive.
Screens definitely help, but running the ball helps even more.
Another really good kick by Crosby putting the ball in the corner and short.
As you see on the replay, the ILBs really had to honor the handoff to Jones. It changes everything.
Dang, I thought I removed it.
I turn my attention away from the field and the Packers fumble.
That was going to be a nice return. Second week in a row the Packers have lost a fumble.
Breeland with a costly penalty. One he didn't need to make.
It's his second game of the year, so I'm not going to make any judgments yet. But he has struggled thus far.
S Kentrell Brice is down and it appears to be his left ankle again.
So, Josh Jones will get his shot at safety. He'll be taking Brice's place.
That's a very important question.
That's why Trevor Davis is going to be activated ahead of Jake Kumerow.
Yes, but he had surgery and had months to recover from it. He's healthy, just really rusty. He did not have a training camp.
I wouldn't say it's atrocious, but I would say they have made some critically bad plays this year. Not a ton, but enough to affect the won-loss record.
I really think that Pettine needs to go with three D-linemen. His outside linebackers are getting blown off the ball.