Packers can't keep up with Niners

The extra week of preparation did not mean much in the Green Bay Packers 37-8 loss to the San Francisco 49ers Sunday night.


The Packers were down from the very beginning after the Niners turned an Aaron Rodgers fumble into a two-yard touchdown for Tevin Coleman. The Niners would hit three field goals and score a touchdown on a slant pattern from Jimmy Garoppolo to Deebo Samuel before the Packers would find the scoreboard for the first time. That happened at the end of a lengthy drive where Davante Adams took a pitch from Rodgers for the score. The 49ers would score two more touchdowns, including one immediately after the Packers tally, to put the game away.


The Packers will hit the road against next weekend as they hit the East Coast to face the New York Giants in New Jersey on Sunday.

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