Mistakes killed the Green Bay Packers in a 31-23 loss at Detroit Sunday afternoon. Mason Crosby missed five kicks and quarterback Aaron Rodgers lost a pair of fumbles as Green Bay’s record dropped to 2-2-1. The absence of wide receivers Randall Cobb and Geronimo Allison didn’t stop Rodgers from completing 32-of-52 passes for 442 yards and three touchdowns. Head Coach Mike McCarthy said on the loss, they have to do better.
He also spoke about the young receivers that were thrust into starting positions due to injuries.
Rodgers spoke about his fumbles.
He also said he is concerned about the offence.
The Packers get an extra day of rest before hosting the San Francisco 49ers Monday, October 15th. They trail the first-place Chicago Bears by one game in the N-F-C North standings.
Other NFC North Match Ups
Minnesota Vikings 23, Philadelphia Eagles 21
Chicago Bears, bye