The Green Bay Packers will follow up their London disappointment with a rare home noon game against another New York football franchise, the Jets.
The Packers' only points in the second half of their 27-22 loss to the New York Giants came on a safety when the punter ran out of the endzone to kill time and to flip the field with just seconds left. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers did lead two touchdown drives as the Packers did have a 17-3 lead before the offense sputtered and the defense could not figure out how to stop the Daniel Jones-led offense.
The Jets exploded for 40 points in their 40-17 win over the surprising Miami Dolphins last week. Breece Hall nearly had 200 all-purpose yards along with a touchdown, while Michael Carter reached the endzone twice in the win.
The game kicks off at noon from Lambeau Field.