The Green Bay Packers path to the playoffs increased its chances with a quality win over the Philadelphia Eagles, 30-16. Philadelphia scored the first points of the game with an opening drive field goal. The Packers marched right back with a 14-play drive that resulted in a one-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams from Aaron Rodgers. The Packers offense capped off the first half with a 25-yard touchdown pass to Robert Tonyan and extended their lead, 14-3. The Eagles came out in the second half with a substitution at quarterback in Jalen Hurts and delivered a scare for the Packers after back-to-back scores to make the game 23-16. Aaron Jones delivered a fourth quarter 77-yard touchdown run to seal the game. Adams gathered another 100+ yard receiving game while Rodgers hit a career milestone in chucking his 400th career touchdown pass. Green Bay travels to Detroit next Sunday for a NFC North matchup.