Thanks to a fake field goal and a touchdown pass by kicker Matt Prater, the Detroit Lions thrashed the Green Bay Packers 31-0 in their National Football League battle at Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon. Adams finished the season with 111 catches, one shy of tying the single-season franchise record set by Sterling Sharpe in 1993.
Separate reports tonight say that the Green Bay Packers have interviewed two former Indianapolis Colts head coaches, Jim Caldwell and Chuck Pagano, for their head coaching vacancy. Last year, Green Bay won just seven games and failed to qualify for the postseason, largely due to the fact that Rodgers missed most of the season with a broken collarbone. For one, the Packers hold two first round picks and two fourth round picks in the upcoming draft and will be able to re-stock some of their talent. That margin stood at the initial break.
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Prater received a direct snap then threw it down the left side of the field to Levine Toilolo for an eight-yard touchdown pass.
The passing game clicked despite a depleted receiving corps, with Kenny Golladay missing the relatively meaningless game with a chest injury. The 21-0 bulge remained in effect at halftime. The final score was 31-0.
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At about that time the Packers confirmed that Rodgers did indeed suffer a concussion. Rodgers lost his helmet on a sack on his second play of the game. Both teams had always been eliminated from playoff contention.
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Texas Football during his junior and senior season. "But yeah, I wouldn't trade anything that happened for anything ". The Sooners (12-2) got to 31-20 and 38-27 in the fourth, but the quest for a miracle comeback essentially ended there.
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