Clay Matthews Leads The Pack Attack: The Good Bad and Ugly Of Week 2

September 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As most pundits predicted, Green Bay got their home season underway with a win against a distinctly average Buffalo outfit.  Clay Matthews continued his personal crusade to be the Defensive MVP for this season with three sacks, Aaron Rodgers passed for 255 yards and rushed for a TD, rookie Morgan Burnett had his first career interception and Jermichael Finley went for his first 100 yard game of the season.  In spite of all this the running game on both sides of the ball was a disappointment and the offense in general still looks shaky.
Here then is a more detailed breakdown of the week two clash at Lambeau field, good, bad and indeed ugly.
The Good
Clay Matthews: I suspect this guy is going to be a permanent fixture in this section this year, he was just relentless.  As well as three sacks he had a couple more hits on Trent Edwards and arguably forced the first interception by closing down Steve Johnson like a blond-haired freight train.

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