Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are back on top of the NFC after a 17-0 success over the Seattle Seahawks.
Rodgers got back from his nonattendance to COVID-19 last week to go 23 for 37 for 292 yards, no scores and one block attempt. A.J. Dillon scored two surging scores for the Packers, who improved to 8-2. They’re attached with the Arizona Cardinals, who lost to Green Bay before.
The Tennessee Titans lead the AFC at 8-2 after a 23-21 success over the New Orleans Saints.
Green Bay running back Aaron Jones has harmed his knee and been precluded for the remainder of the Packers’ down with the Seattle Seahawks.
Jones’ physical issue has constrained A.J. Dillon to convey Green Bay’s surging assault down the stretch. Dillon conveyed a 3-yard score on a third-and-objective play after Jones left to stretch out the Packers’ lead to 10-0 with 10:37 leftover.
The Denver Broncos moved the dice by pulling out all the stops on fourth-and-1 at Philadelphia’s 23. The play misfired – – for sure.
Melvin Gordon III mishandled attempting to acquire additional yards, and Eagles cornerback Darius Slay gathered up the ball, moved around and afterward took off for a 82-yard score. Kill’s bungle return made it 27-13 Eagles on the last play of the second from last quarter.
Packers cornerback Kevin King took out a pass by Russell Wilson in the end zone on third-and-10 from the 12-yard line, safeguarding a 3-0 lead.
The Seahawks have reached basically Green Bay’s 35 on continuous belongings yet neglected to score on both of them.
Aaron Rodgers tossed a block attempt in the end zone on the following belonging, giving the ball back to the Seahawks.