Allen Lazard, Christian Watson help Packers regain the lead, 16-13

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Packers rookie receiver Christian Watson has another 100-yard game, his third of the season and first since Nov. 27.

Watson has four receptions for 100 yards on Sunday Night Football.

He caught a 45-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers, catching the ball one-handed while Lions defensive back Amani Oruwariye was interfering with him. Two plays later, Rodgers hit Allen Lazard for a 13-yard touchdown.

It was the Packers’ first touchdown of the night, giving them a 16-13 lead with 3:17 left in the third quarter.

Rodgers 15-of-21 for 193 yards and a touchdown, and Lazard has four catches for 41 yards and a touchdown.

8 responses to “Allen Lazard, Christian Watson help Packers regain the lead, 16-13

  1. They will not allow Aaron Rodgers to lose at all costs. There will be a flag every big play for the Lions

  2. Why are the Lions putting putting their starters at risk of injury in a meaningless game? Bench them and take the higher draft pick.

  3. saint970 says:
    January 8, 2023 at 10:39 pm
    They will not allow Aaron Rodgers to lose at all costs. There will be a flag every big play for the Lions
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    So maybe the Lions shouldn’t commit penalties.

  4. mikemnz says:
    January 8, 2023 at 6:00 pm Vikings always choke in must win games. One and done in playoffs
    ///-
    Well, that didn’t age well. Lol.

  5. Ya only two receivers aint gonna cut it. The Packers have a problem trying to keep Lazard whose contract is up. Maybe he should go to the Lions and be on a winner next year.

  6. The Packers have a problem trying to keep Lazard whose contract is up.
    ++++++
    Given he is the near-perfect Gute ideal of what a WR should be (lacks elusiveness) I am confident Green Bay will give Lazard whatever his market will bear.

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