Packers answering in a big way with big plays

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The Packers showed up to play Sunday night.

After watching the Steelers put up an impressive opening drive, they’ve countered by making plays of their own, and suddenly lead 14-6.

A 54-yard screen pass from Brett Hundley to running back Jamaal Williams (after a 39-yard touchdown to Randall Cobb) has caught the Steelers off guard, and continues an unexpected turn of events.

They also have an interception from Damarious Randall, but the fact Hundley’s thrown for 98 yards and two touchdowns already stands as tonight’s most surprising development, and the Steelers seem to share that feeling.

17 responses to “Packers answering in a big way with big plays

  1. I thought the Steelers were the cream of the AFC crop? Their getting stomp by an NFC team trying to sneak into the playoffs.

  2. thisistheonlygame says:
    November 26, 2017 at 9:22 pm
    I thought the Steelers were the cream of the AFC crop? Their getting stomp by an NFC team trying to sneak into the playoffs.
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    Clearly you have already had one too many.
    Getting stomped?
    Sneaking into the playoffs?

    Ha ha ha ha haha ha ha ha ha

  3. The refs tried to help the Lions against the Vikings

    It didn’t work

    They learned from their mistake and are ready to help the Green Bay Browns snag a win

  4. Fitting that the first post is an insecure mn fan whining about the refs. Can’t you guys just shut up for awhile?

  5. They learned from their mistake and are ready to help the Green Bay Browns snag a win
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    Let me get this straight…a fan of a team that has never won an NFL championship is calling the Packers the Green Bay browns. Surreal. Win something…just a single playoff game, then talk buddy. Cause so far your biggest accomplishment since 2009 is putting AR on ir.

  6. pkrlvr says:
    November 26, 2017 at 9:40 pm
    Fitting that the first post is an insecure mn fan whining about the refs. Can’t you guys just shut up for awhile?
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    Lmao. As soon as you and the goons practice what you preach.

  7. pkrlvr says:
    November 26, 2017 at 9:40 pm
    Fitting that the first post is an insecure mn fan whining about the refs. Can’t you guys just shut up for awhile?
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    There was no whining. I was cheering on the pack.
    The only whining so far is from you.

  8. pkrlvr says:
    November 26, 2017 at 9:45 pm
    They learned from their mistake and are ready to help the Green Bay Browns snag a win
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    Let me get this straight…a fan of a team that has never won an NFL championship is calling the Packers the Green Bay browns. Surreal. Win something…just a single playoff game, then talk buddy. Cause so far your biggest accomplishment since 2009 is putting AR on ir.
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    “Win something”…what have YOU won? The team you sit on your couch watching happens to be better than the team he sits on his couch watching. Green Bay fans are the absolute most annoying people on the planet…an I’m a Patriots fan, so that’s saying something.

  9. Well so much for that. Nice try though, thought for sure it was going to be a blowout. They actually made it a game.

  10. I’m convinced the Steelers were so looking past the Packers that there minds werent in the game until the second half when they realized they were in a dog fight. ONe thing for sure, they knew that the Packers achiles heel is the piss poor pass defense and they went after in on play one.
    The steelers got the ball on the 17 with 37 seconds on the clock and moved down the field passing all the way to get into field goal range. Dom Capers has to go. He has no clue

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