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

August 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This article covers the 2010 preseason game of the Green Bay Packers versus the Indianapolis Colts. 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.
This preseason game felt much more than a dress rehearsal, mostly because both first teams played the entire first half.
It was business as usual for Aaron Rodgers, who marched down the field on multiple possessions to put up three offensive touchdowns before the end of the half without Greg Jennings. It was disappointing that a few terrible pass interference calls helped advance the ball down field. Rodgers' most impressive drive was moving the ball from the Green Bay 23 yard line to the end zone with only 93 seconds left in the second quarter.
The offensive line didn't give Rodgers the greatest protection, but his quick delivery was able to avoid the pass rush.
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