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TOPIC: The Green Bay Packers beat the New York Jets 44-38

The Green Bay Packers beat the New York Jets 44-38 5 months, 3 weeks ago #35468

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Jake Ryan Jersey , and one of the most stunning stats from the game is the number of plays run by each team. Green Bay had a whopping 91 offensive snaps in the contest, while the Jets had just 60.Some of that was probably due to the Jets taking back a kickoff for a touchdown, but even so, the Packers’ drives seemed to be longer and more consistent, particularly from the second quarter on. In one stretch of 35 snaps from scrimmage going from the second quarter to the first drive of the third, the Packers ran 32 plays to the Jets’ three.Still, the Packers’ time of possession edge was just a five-minute advantage, holding the football for 34:19 to the Jets’ 29:18.Here’s a look at how the individual playing time broke down.OFFENSE (91 plays)QuarterbacksAaron Rodgers 91Rodgers had a top-five game in his career in terms of his passing numbers on Sunday, completing 37 passes (second-most of his career) for 442 yards (tied for second) and a pair of passing touchdowns. It was the seventh 400-yard game of Rodgers’ career, and it put him at 4,416 yards, just 227 yards short of his career-high 4,643 set in 2011.It was some clutch running by Rodgers that got the Packers back in the game late, however. He ran the ball five times for 32 yards, but took in both of the team’s fourth-quarter touchdowns on the ground and added a two-point conversion late as well.Running BacksJamaal Williams 86, Danny Vitale 8Williams looks like a different player than he was last year or even earlier this season. He is running with conviction and looks much better at finding cutback lanes than he was previously. Williams had an excellent game overall, with 15 carries for 95 yards and a score plus six receptions for 61 yards.Wide ReceiversDavante Adams 87, Marquez Valdes-Scantling 72, Jake Kumerow 57, Equanimeous St. Brown 39The Packers got significant contributions from all of their four wide receivers in this game. Adams caught 11 passes, bringing him one catch away from tying Sterling Sharpe’s Packers record for receptions in a single season. His last catch was the 16-yard touchdown in overtime that gave the Packers the victory.MVS had a couple of drops in this game, but he still caught five of nine targets for 75 yards. St. Brown was a force as a secondary option as well, with five receptions on five targets for 94 yards. Kumerow had a 49-yard touchdown to get the Packers on the board early and finished with three receptions for 68 yards.Tight EndsJimmy Graham 64 Lance Kendricks Color Rush Jersey , Lance Kendricks 16, Robert Tonyan 15, Marcedes Lewis 11With three catches for 34 yards, Graham crossed over the 50-catch and 600-yard marks on the season. He now has a better catch rate and yards-per-reception average than he did a year ago (plus he has more yardage) but he has just two touchdown receptions on the season compared to ten last season.Meanwhile, Kendricks caught two passes for 26 yards while Tonyan had one for 11 yards.Offensive LinemenDavid Bakhtiari 91, Corey Linsley 91, Lucas Patrick 91, Bryan Bulaga 91, Justin McCray 84, Lane Taylor 7The Packers lost left guard Lane Taylor early in the game, sending McCray into the game for the remainder of the afternoon. Rodgers took four sacks in the game, but three of them came before halftime; after the break, the line was able to keep him upright long enough to get the football out, though Rodgers did take a lot of hits throughout the game.DEFENSE (60 plays)Defensive LinemenDean Lowry 52, Tyler Lancaster 47, Montravius Adams 25, Fadol Brown 11, James Looney 1Once again, Lancaster got a heavy workload next to Lowry; the two former Northwestern Wildcats had five and four tackles respectively. Adams had a pair of stops as well.Outside LinebackersKyler Fackrell 55, Reggie Gilbert 47, Clay Matthews 27Fackrell had a one-handed sack of Sam Darnold, the only sack from the edge rushers on this contest. The decision to deactivate Kendall Donnerson remains puzzling however, as the young athletic rusher seems a perfect candidate to get some snaps in these final meaningless games. Gilbert had a single tackle while Matthews was kept off the stat sheet entirely.Inside LinebackersBlake Martinez 60 https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Davon-House-Jersey , Antonio Morrison 13, Oren Burks 3As usual, Martinez was in on every play, and he recorded the Packers’ other sack on Darnold on a blitz. Once again Eddie Pleasant played a lot of Nitro linebacker, with Josh Jones getting some work there as well.Martinez finished with seven tackles including that sack, while Morrison had a pair of tackles.SafetiesJosh Jones 60, Tramon Williams 60, Eddie Pleasant 30, Kentrell Brice 5Jones, not Martinez, led the team in tackles in this game, picking up 12 total tackles and adding a pass breakup. Pleasant had a pair of tackles and Williams had one plus a pass breakup of his own.It seems now that the Packers do not think very highly of Brice any longer, given his extremely brief playing time in this game. That plus his nagging ankle injury are the only reasonable explanations for him playing just five snaps.CornerbacksTony Brown 60, Bashaud Breeland 44, Josh Jackson 40, Jaire Alexander 20The Packers seem to have found a nice player in Brown, whose competitiveness and tenacity show through in his play. He recorded six tackles, including one for a loss, as well as a pass defense while not missing a snap.Alexander left the game due to injury, but he made four tackles in his early playing time. It seemed that the Packers’ plan was to roll with Alexander, Brown, and Breeland as the primary corners, but that injury forced Jackson into the game. He did not record a tackle Bryan Bulaga Jersey , but did break up one pass. Meanwhile, Breeland had three tackles to his name. Though the Packers plan to emphasis tight ends in their new offense, most of the same faces from last season return in 2019." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesAcme Packing Company homepageHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityFollow Acme Packing Company online:Follow Acme Packing Company on TwitterFollow Acme Packing Company on FacebookFollow Acme Packing Company on InstagramLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchAcme Packing Company main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football Advicelast season return in 2019.CDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Packers 2019 training camp roster: Jace Sternberger biggest addition at tight endTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Bob Levey/Getty ImagesSince the conclusion of the 2018 season, the Green Bay Packers’ roster has changed significantly. A large group of free agents, draft picks, and undrafted rookies will come to training camp to challenge for roster spots and roles on the team’s 53-man roster. Over the next two weeks, Acme Packing Company will break down the roster position by position and reveal our compiled predictions for the 53-man roster.Though the Packers have invested large sums of money into tight end in recent years, the offense didn’t seem to feature them as a consistent part of the passing game. That appears likely to change under Matt LaFleur, the team’s new head coach and a disciple of the Kyle Shanahan/Sean McVay offense that has begun to proliferate around the NFL. LaFleur will use tight ends as a major part of the passing game, particularly as part of the play-action game that forms the crux of the scheme.But while the offensive philosophy has changed in Green Bay, much of the personnel at tight end hasn’t. Three of the four tight ends to catch a pass for the Packers last season return to the team in 2019. While the front office did make a notable addition in the draft, the returning players will likely see most of the work this year.Jimmy GrahamExperience: Nine seasons2018 stats: 55 catches, 636 receiving yards, two touchdownsHow acquired: Signed as unrestricted free agent in 2018After misfiring badly on free agent Martellus Bennett during the 2017 offseason, the Packers tried again with Jimmy Graham. Graham’s status as a premier red-zone threat and top-shelf receiver convinced the front office to offer a three-year, $30 million contract that remains the largest in terms of average annual value for the position. Green Bay expected Graham to finally stabilize a position that had remained unsettled since Jermichael Finley’s early retirement.While Graham did produce during his first season in Green Bay, he didn’t quite live up to expectations. His production topped that of any Packers tight end from the previous two seasons, he failed to open up the passing game as the team had hoped. The speed that made him one of the most dominant tight ends of the modern era had evaporated, and a mid-season thumb injury only lessened Graham’s impact.Many expected the Packers to part with Graham this offseason and save a hefty sum in salary and roster bonuses. Instead, the team decided to bring the veteran back for a look in LaFleur’s offseason. Graham doesn’t seem like an ideal fit given his disinterest in blocking -- a skill critical to selling the play-action fakes central to the scheme -- but he could still have a nice bounce-back season.Marcedes LewisExperience: 13 seasons2018 stats: Three receptions, 39 yardsHow acquired: Signed as unrestricted free agent in 2018The Packers added Marcedes Lewis late in the 2018 offseason with the intention of featuring him as a blocking tight end and red-zone weapon. Lewis did see some action as a blocker, though not nearly as much work overall as expected. Instead, the offense gave more opportunities to Lance Kendricks J'Mon Moore Color Rush Jersey , a pedestrian jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none tight end with no future in Green Bay. Lewis’ lack of usage seemed to indicate that the Packers would move on this offseason.Instead, Lewis returned on a one-year deal to give LaFleur’s offense some semblance of a traditional in-line tight end. Lewis’ workload remains unclear, but the Packers have no other experienced player on the roster who fits that role.Robert Tonyan Jr.Experience: Two seasons2018 stats: Four receptions, 77 yards, one touchdownHow acquired: Signed as a “street” free agent in 2017Robert Tonyan became a fan favorite after an impressive 2018 training camp and preseason. That didn’t materialize into much during the regular season, though Tonyan displayed flashes of brilliance such as his 54-yard touchdown grab against the Seattle Seahawks.Tonyan has spent this offseason working out with San Francisco 49ers star George Kittle and preparing to compete for consistent work in the Packers’ new offense. If his blocking improves, so should his fortunes in Green Bay.Jace SternbergerExperience: Rookie2018 stats (at Texas A&M): 48 receptions, 832 yards, 10 touchdownsHow acquired: Selected in third round of 2019 NFL Draft (75th overall)With a new offense built on play-action, the Packers knew they needed to acquire some new talent at tight end this offseason. They did so by selecting Jace Sternberger with their third-round pick this past April. Sternberger effectively started for just one season in college, but he made the most of his limited time, posting 48 catches for 832 yards and 10 touchdowns with Texas A&M. Green Bay hopes Sternberger can build on that success once he acclimates to the NFL, a notoriously difficult process for tight ends. In college, Sternberger saw most of his action lined up as a wing or split out from the offensive line. Accordingly, he projects as a move tight end rather than a traditional Y, though Sternberger could still develop into a major contributor in the offense.Evan BaylisExperience: Two seasons2018 stats: N/AHow acquired: Signed as a “street” free agent in 2018The Packers didn’t see much of Evan Baylis last season as the tight end didn’t join the team until mid-December. However, Baylis received a longer look this offseason during minicamp and organized team activities. He faces an uphill battle for a roster spot given the Green Bay’s recent investments.Pharoah McKeverExperience: One season2018 stats: N/AHow acquired: Claimed off waivers in 2019The Packers took a flier on Pharoah McKever after the Jacksonville Jaguars severed ties in June. McKever doesn’t have much experience at tight end, having played at wide receiver and along the defensive line for much of his college career. Still, his size makes him an intriguing long shot entering training camp.
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