Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams lead Packers to 35-20 win over Texans

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Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes, including two to Davante Adams, as the Packers cruised to a 35-20 victory over the Texans.

Green Bay led 21-0 at halftime.

Rodgers went 23-of-34 for 283 yards and scores to Jace Sternberger and Malik Taylor in addition to the two to Adams. Adams caught 13 passes for 196 yards.

The Packers gained 379 yards, including 96 rushing yards without Aaron Jones. Jamaal Williams led the team in rushing with 77 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

The Texans lost cornerback Bradley Roby to a knee injury, and linebacker Kyle Emanuel left with a head injury.

The Texans scored 13 points in the fourth quarter, but it was too little, too late. They had 365 yards but couldn’t take advantage of their scoring opportunities.

Deshaun Watson went 29-of-39 for 309 yards and two touchdowns. Ex Packer Randall Cobb made eight catches for 95 yards.

19 responses to “Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams lead Packers to 35-20 win over Texans

  1. Great game by the offense and defense, gotta clean up the special teams. The blocked punt and successful onside kick could’ve led to a Texans comeback.

  2. Next up, the Packers play the 4th place Minnesota Vikings.

    I know the Packers won’t look past them, but I sure am.

  3. GoPackGo!!! Be wary of the trap game next week where your division opponent gets two weeks to prepare for you. That alone might make it only a 21 point Packers win

  4. It’s incredibly gratifying as a football fan to witness this tremendous 5-1 start to this season by our beloved Green Bay Packers.

    Next weeks bye week win against the hapless and tasteless Vikings is coming at an ideal time as the team is dinged up at a number of positions.

  5. Time to blow up that Texans defense. They need draft capital, so time to start trading anyone with value.

  6. I’m sure cousins will have 300 yards. Of course he’ll be down 42-7 in the 4th quarter.

  7. The team has proven it can put up over 30+ points on bad defenses even with missing main offensive weapons. That’s pretty good.

    Winning handily on the road with 4 units missing an important starter? Even better.

  8. How is 2nd round pick dillon doing? Because we all heard the cheese eaters fawning over how great his thighs look and his 4.5+ 40 time

  9. cheeseisfattening says:
    October 25, 2020 at 6:06 pm

    How is 2nd round pick dillon doing?

    +++++

    Better than the Viking cornerbacks. And most of the rest, too.

  10. “Rodgers. 21-0 at the half. He’s washed up. He’s nothing but a stat-padder.”

    -cheesey

  11. How is the Vikings $100 million QB doing?

    We’ve been told that QB was the missing piece for the Vikings forthcoming dynasty.

  12. The Packers are really helped by not having bandwagon fans that quit on their team after a tough loss.

  13. twobluegills says:
    October 25, 2020 at 9:02 pm
    Packer offense is muy Bueno.

    ———————–

    And the only legit defense the Packers played so far is Tampa Bay and they hung only 10 points on them. That’s not fiction that is fact. Texans have all ready mailed the season in.

  14. danicafallsinlove says:
    October 25, 2020 at 9:40 pm

    Texans have all ready mailed the season in.

    +++++

    So the only team Minnesota has beaten has already mailed in the season?

    I wonder how none of the “expert” fans Minnesota has realized how bad their own team was before handing out extensions to everyone involved. Also fact.

  15. packerlies says:
    October 25, 2020 at 11:07 pm
    danicafallsinlove says:
    October 25, 2020 at 9:40 pm

    Texans have all ready mailed the season in.

    +++++

    So the only team Minnesota has beaten has already mailed in the season?

    I wonder how none of the “expert” fans Minnesota has realized how bad their own team was before handing out extensions to everyone involved. Also fact.

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    Not denying Minny is bad and some bad decisions may have been made in the extensions namely Cousins. Cook has played very well but the fact still remains you only put up 10 points on a defense that wasn’t a junior varsity defense. Some of Packers fans were looking way too far down the schedule and thiking it was a cake walk. 9ers looking better, Seattle still a tough out and the Bucs…..they will be no Super Bkwl in both Green Bay and Minnesota this year….maybe years to come if the GOAT keeps playing and Im not talk about Rodgers.

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