Packers keeping Browns at bay


With sound offense and strong defense, the Packers have methodically pushed their way to a 17-3 third-quarter lead against Cleveland at Lambeau Field.

The Packers have again had solid balance on offense, with Eddie Lacy rushing for a touchdown and quarterback Aaron Rodgers throwing a TD pass to tight end Jermichael Finley. The Packers are playing without receivers Randall Cobb and James Jones, but the passing game has fared well, with Rodgers showing ideal accuracy and prudence thus far.

The Browns’ offense, by contrast, has not gotten much going. Quarterback Brandon Weeden completed just 5-of-14 passes for 48 yards in the first half, and he was intercepted once.

11 responses to “Packers keeping Browns at bay

  1. doctorrustbelt says: Oct 20, 2013 6:23 PM

    A.J. Hawk sure is skinny.

    SEE: NFL HGH Population Study

    I see what you’re getting at – compare that with the fact that he’s having his best year in 8 as a LB here in GB….

  2. Listen… I’m an Ohio State man and an A.J. Hawk fan…. but…. that doesn’t prevent me from telling the truth.

  3. Seems to me like Brandon Weeden is keeping the Browns at bay. 12/28/110 0/1

    3.9 yards per attempt.

  4. Weedone is to stupid to realize he is ‘tankin for Teddy’!
    Just reinforces the evils of inbreeding.
    You end up with offspring that looks, sounds, thinks and plays like Opie!

  5. doctorrustbelt says: Oct 20, 2013 6:58 PM

    Listen… I’m an Ohio State man and an A.J. Hawk fan…. but…. that doesn’t prevent me from telling the truth.

    So the truth as you see it based upon however good the resolution your TV has? Couldn’t ever be that he’s gone to a smaller set of pads to give more mobility?

    Or have you examined the man, seen his changing weight on a scale?

    Because I know you’d never slander a man based upon simply looking at a guy on your TV. Right?

  6. So are you saying that AJ Hawk is now taking HGH or no longer taking HGH? Im confused.

    According to everything I’ve read the guy changed his entire offseason training away from heavy weightlifting to more of a conditioning/ flexibility based training. Hes also taking better care of his body by eating better and using massage therapy.

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