Biggest Takeaways from Green Bay Packers’ Win over the Kansas City Chiefs

September 29, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Green Bay Packers have Aaron Rodgers at quarterback. They will be Super Bowl contenders so long as Rodgers remains healthy. 
That, as usual following a Green Bay win, was the biggest takeaway from the Packers' dominating 38-28 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football. 
Rodgers was downright surgical in the opening frame of Monday's contest. He went into the halftime break having completed 16 of his 22 pass attempts for 208 yards. Three of those 16 completions went for touchdowns. His passer rating? A 141.7 mark. 
Casual National Football League fans on the East Coast were able to tuck themselves in for the evening well before 11 p.m. thanks to Mr. Rodgers. With under a minute to play in the first half, Rodgers drew Kansas City offsides with his hard count, and he then took advantage of the free play by connecting with James Jones on a 27-yard TD pass. That score put the Packers up 24-7. 
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