Jets roll over Packers 27-10

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The Jets will be flying home with a three-game winning streak.

Breece Hall ran for a touchdown and the defense made life miserable for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during a 27-10 win at Lambeau Field. The three-game winning streak is the first for the Jets since the 2019 season and it gives them a 4-2 record ahead of next Sunday’s trip to Denver.

Hall continued his impressive rookie season with 20 carries for 116 yards. His 34-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter came after the Packers cut the Jets lead to 17-10 and Green Bay’s offense would not threaten to score again for the remainder of the afternoon. Rodgers would depart once the Jets went up 17 points and Jordan Love finished out the afternoon.

Quinnen Williams had two of the team’s four sacks of Rodgers and also blocked a Mason Crosby field goal attempt in the first half. The Jets weren’t able to get any points off that play, but they kicked a field goal after the Packers lost a fumble on a botched handoff and scored a touchdown on Micheal Clemons‘ blocked punt in the third quarter.

The Packers also blocked a punt and their defense held the Jets out of the end zone in the first half, but the offense gave them very little support. The Packers were 4-of-16 on third downs and gained just 278 yards on a day that will ensure further hand wringing about the state of the offense in Green Bay.

Rodgers went 26-of-41 for 246 yards and a touchdown after hurting his right thumb at the end of last week’s loss to the Giants. He took some hard hits over the course of the game, including a low shot from Williams outside the pocket, and his health will likely be a topic of conversation after the game.

They’ll try to find themselves on the road as they go to Washington, Buffalo, and Detroit for the next three weeks.

71 responses to “Jets roll over Packers 27-10

  1. I guess now Rodgers doesn’t have to yell at the locker room for being worried about possibly losing to the Jets as they now have actually lost to the Jets.

  2. Rodgers took up too much money and left none to keep Devante or improve the o line. Enjoy the bed you’ve made

  3. Add yet another failed Fourth Quarter comeback to St. Aaron’s miserable record. It was only a 7 point game going into the final quarter.

  4. touchback6 is definitely concerned that the Jets embarrassed Green Bay while his lowly Pats couldn’t even beat a very pathetic Packers team. LOL

  5. Can’t wait for our favorite Jets troll to show up here and try to spin this into a negative…

  6. Huh. Well one of the green teams showed up today. I had assumed it was going to be the home team.

    Meanwhile, in Miami…

  7. Heh. Heh heh heh.

    Nope, not laughing at the Packers. Just some of their more obnoxious fans. I wonder if all the “better people” must have moved out of state or something

  8. If it were not for the refs giving phantom calls to Rodgers it would have been 27 to 3.

  9. I predicted the Jets would roll over the pack by 17. I am the smartest man here.

  10. You cant run the ball because the Oline cant open holes. You cant pass the ball because nobody is open and you have less than a second to find one otherwise you get sacked. And you have really bad special teams – who said they were better this year with their high paid special teams co-ordinator – cant block taking penalties cant tackle? Might win against Washington because Wentz is horrible – but doubt it and then will be on a 3 game losing streak – Jets Commanders Bill’s

  11. If you want a silver lining, the NFC as a whole is even worse than advertised this year so far, and getting to the playoffs is still very possible. But the Packers need to re-tool the offensive line and change their offensive and defensive philosophies if they hope to do anything this year.

  12. I certainly don’t know what’s more shocking – Jets stomping the Pack or New England throttling Cleveland with both teams on the road!
    A close second would be how those Fish played like a team heading straight into the toilet.

  13. WOW what a total beatdown. Aaron needs to be benched and start the Love era. Season over for them they arent going anywhere. Love to see the NY Jets keeping the receipts from the haters!!

  14. How was that possible Aaron is the greatest of all time isn’t he? Wahahaha the greatest? NO…. The most overrated? YES

  15. You need to fully understand the angst for Wisconsin-based Packers fans. This was the weekend both the Packers and the Wisconsin Badgers reverted to the dark days of the 1980’s. For 30 years, both have been above average, now they are regressing to the mean, probably for seasons to come. Let’s see how this “never had anything but winning” fan-base under 40 years old handles it.

  16. Where is touchback6? He a no-show today after predicting the Jets were going to get crushed in this game? Breece Hall and Quinine Williams absolutely dominated.

    And this should have probably been even more of a blowout. Clete Blakeman was out there all game reffing like he was on the Packers payroll.

  17. If the Packers aren’t regretting putting all their eggs in the Rodgers basket, they should be. Nobody will be interested in Rodgers next year. He’s an eleven-year postseason loser and a privileged liar. His best years are all behind him. His attitude will tank. I’d much rather enjoy watching Jordan Love lose by three scores than listen to Rodgers spin why it wasn’t necessary for him to work out with the young receivers. Rodgers is an overrated windbag. The Packers deserve him. They totally mismanaged this team. I am so glad I experienced the Packers during the Lombardi and Starr years. Thank you, Lord.

  18. During game day, the only thing better than your team winning is the Packers losing.

    America smiles when loser Packer trolls go back hiding into their dirt mud holes.

  19. I’m a Patriots fan but I have to admit the Jets played great! They have some fine young talent.

  20. I wonder who Aarons throwing under the bus this week?

    Eventually hes going to run out of scapegoats and be forced to look in the mirror.

  21. I am very happy that the Packers have finally given the vike partyboating fans something else to talk about other than their failure to win the Sbowl
    especially the wannabee trolls like
    stellarperformance bozobiden and a few others I am sure will be coming

  22. Not for lack of trying by the refs. That was the most blatantly rigged officiating I’ve seen so far this year. They weren’t even trying to hide it.

  23. @canadapacker….almost 30 years with two hall of fame quarterbacks….and two super bowl wins? Talk about losers.

    Stellarperformance isn’t a troll…he’s a Packer fan….and one of the only realistic ones who post here.

  24. The Jets may be the best team in the AFC!

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    They’re not even the best team in New York

  25. Way to go Jets. I wasn’t able to see the game, but I saw the highlights. Boy, did the Packers get a beat down. It didn’t look pretty if you are a GB fan. I am glad to see the Jets doing good this year. GB is the team we already thought it was. This is what happens when you give Grampa Erin all that money. Nothing for anyone else. Now they are 3 games back of the Vikings. This includes the tiebreaker. In a couple of weeks they will play Buffalo. Chalk up another L.

  26. Joe Barry is awful.

    6 1st rounders starting on that defense, 3 premium FAs in Smith, Campbell and Amos, and teams just drag them up and down the field.

  27. Stellarperformance isn’t a troll…
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    He is a bigger Rodgers troll than many of the Rodgers haters.

  28. isitfootballseasonyet says:
    October 16, 2022 at 4:19 pm
    I predicted the Jets would roll over the pack by 17. I am the smartest man here.
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    If you did not bet big on it, you are the opposite of what you claim.

  29. to the guy who wears rose coloured glasses

    it’s not gold…..it’s yellow says:

    The point still is – O Vikes – 4 Packers

    And I suppose you want to go and dump on guys who get big contracts – Davante was never coming back – and it wasnt because of AR’s contract – he just wasnt coming back – he had to take the paycheck. And while the season isnt over – if the scheme and Oline doesnt get its stttt together – It will be – And just to dump on AR or the management or ….. Vikes fan wearing a cheesehead isnt funny

  30. Ron Jull says:
    October 16, 2022 at 4:45 pm
    I wonder who Aarons throwing under the bus this week?

    Eventually hes going to run out of scapegoats and be forced to look in the mirror.
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    Rodgers never takes responsibility for anything. I’m sure when he looks in the mirror he tells himself how he has been wronged by everyone and that his teammates gave up on him.

  31. Pats fan here. Unlike touchback6 I live in a world of reality and try to at least somewhat tamp down my homerism. Gotta say, the Jets looked like a good professional team today as painful as it is for me to admit.

  32. “Rodgers took up too much money and left none to keep Devante or improve the o line. ”

    The Packers offered Davante as much or more money than the Raiders did, but he wanted to go to the Raiders.

    It appears that Rodgers and Davante needed each other. BOth are doing poorly on separate teams.

  33. bigbluedeadhead says:
    October 16, 2022 at 4:22 pm
    Rodgers riding off into the sunset?

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    Hopefully.

  34. Here’s where we find out if Matt LaFleur is Mike Holmgren or Mike Sherman.

    .. its really looking like the latter.

  35. ….almost 30 years with two hall of fame quarterbacks….and two super bowl wins? Talk about losers.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    The Vikings have had more HOF quarterbacks than the Packers, more All-Pro quarterbacks than the Packers, and more Pro-Bowl designee quarterbacks than the Packers. The Vikings also own outright the all-time NFL record for the most postseason losses and the all-time NFL record for the most one-and-done postseason appearances.

    You were saying?

  36. The Jets made Cheez Wiz of us today. Remember, they don’t just hand out those MVP’s to anyone. Anyway, it wasn’t my fault, it never is. Today it was our much touted special teams that bit the Frozen Tundra.

  37. bantry1234 says:
    October 16, 2022 at 4:21 pm
    Why was Rodgers MVP the last two years again???
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    Maybe because of his play the last 2 years and not this year.

  38. grgo8985 says:
    October 16, 2022 at 4:15 pm

    “Rodgers took up too much money and left none to keep Devante or improve the o line. Enjoy the bed you’ve made”

    DAvante LEFT more money on the table to escape Green Bay.

  39. stellarperformance says:
    October 16, 2022 at 5:32 pm
    ….almost 30 years with two hall of fame quarterbacks….and two super bowl wins? Talk about losers.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    The Vikings have had more HOF quarterbacks than the Packers, more All-Pro quarterbacks than the Packers, and more Pro-Bowl designee quarterbacks than the Packers. The Vikings also own outright the all-time NFL record for the most postseason losses and the all-time NFL record for the most one-and-done postseason appearances.

    You were saying?
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    Okay……. While I have never made that argument (even with a HOF QB winning a SB is tough. Just ask Marino) I’m not sure about your argument here stellar. Fran is a HOFer, and I guess they had Moon for a year, but I can’t think of any others. And are we talking different QBs with an AP or PB designation, or number of years? And are we counting AP and PB from seasons they were not with the Vikings? I get what you’re saying but it doesn’t seem like a solid argument to me.

  40. I meant to add ; “…….since entering the NFL in 1961, the Vikings have had more HOF quarterbacks than……”

    It’s still valid. You can’t compare prior to their entry into the NFL.

  41. Love to see Magic Mushroom Man lose. Thank you Jets!

    Hippies have no business in football.

  42. There’s something terribly wrong with this Packers team that goes beyond the small number of personnel changes that occurred during the offseason.

    Yes, any time you lose a receiver like Davante Adams, it’s going to hurt. But otherwise this is largely the same roster as last year and it’s still a relatively young roster, so this can’t be blamed on aging vets losing a step.

    -The offensive line, which has been the bedrock of the Packers offense for years is dramatically underperforming compared to last year. Bak might be cooked.

    -The long passing game isn’t working and for whatever reason, the Pack isn’t trying much in the intermediate passing game. Whether this is an issue with receivers not getting separation or Rodgers not seeing the field well, I can’t say without watching the all 22.

    -The defense on paper should be a top 10 unit, but they’re struggling mightily. Walker looks like every bit the rookie that he is, Campbell can’t tackle and the defense as a whole lacks aggressiveness. Ostensibly they have the personnel in the secondary to be more aggressive with the front 7 on passing downs, but they seem content to sit back. They’ve also struggled against the run all season due to poor gap integrity and their ILB’s getting beaten at the point of attack.

    This has been a very well coached team under Matt LaFleur for the past few years (special teams hiccups aside) so it’s odd to see the entire team so adrift. In this day and age with the limited amount of practice time in the summer and starters barely playing in the pre-season, it’s not unusual for good teams to start slowly. But the Packers appear to be getting worse as the season goes on. Something isn’t right in Green Bay and I suspect there’s a lot more to this story that we don’t know.

  43. stellarperformance says:
    October 16, 2022 at 9:43 pm
    I meant to add ; “…….since entering the NFL in 1961, the Vikings have had more HOF quarterbacks than……”

    It’s still valid. You can’t compare prior to their entry into the NFL.
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    Right, I get that……. And technically I suppose you are correct. Since 1961 the Packers have had two QBs play for them that are currently enshrined, Starr and Favre, whereas the Vikings have 3, Tark, Moon, and Favre. But I believe it’s a safe assumption that Rodgers will one day be inducted, and I don’t think it’s a rational argument that a decade with Tark and a year on Moon and 2 years of Favre at the end of their careers constitutes more opportunity than 37 seasons of Starr, Favre, and Rodgers under center for the Packers. Again, it’s a silly argument to make for both sides, since the ultimate team game depends on more than one player, regardless of how talented they are, and Vikings fans are and should be embarrassed by the number of future HOFers on that 70s team with no trophy to show for it…. I guess I’ve just come to expect more logical and defensible comments from you. Sorry to hold you to a higher standard than some others, but you earned it!

  44. Tarkenton was the only HOF playing for the Vikings in their prime. Stop it Stella, everyone knows what you’re doing and it is not the same.

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