Green Bay Packers: Assessment of Team’s Play in Second Preseason Game

August 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This article covers the 2010 preseason game of the Green Bay Packers versus the Seattle Seahawks. This article's purpose is to provide an in-depth look at the progress of the younger players whom develop their talents and try to secure a roster spot for the regular season.

Even though Donald Driver didn't suit up, the first team offense was unstoppable. Only out for two possessions, Aaron Rodgers hit Greg Jennings for a 56 yard completion for his first pass. Both drives ended up in touchdowns to John Kuhn and Jermichael Finley, where Rodgers often looked to Jennings (4 targets) and Finley (5 targets).
Ryan Grant played with the first team offense, grabbing a screen play for seven yards, but couldn't get much going on the ground.
Matt Flynn took over with 12 minutes of the second quarter and connected to Brett Swain and Jordy Nelson for 21 and 19 yards.
Daryn Colledge, trying to fend of Brian Bulaga for the starting left guard spot, had a false star...

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