It is back to the drawing board for the Green Bay Packers' offense as the New York Jets thoroughly handled them 27-10 for their second straight loss.
The two teams could only muster field goals in the second quarter to make it 3-3 at the break, but the Jets were able to take off from there. Braxton Berrios scored on a 20 yard end around and the Jets gave the Packers' special teams more questions to answer when they blocked a punt and took it to the endzone to make it 17-3. Aaron Rodgers would find Allen Lazard for his only touchdown pass of the game to cap of the third quarter. The excitement of a possible comeback was shortlived as the Breece Hall scored on a 34-yard touchdown run to put the game out of reach before the Jets kicked another field goal in the final three minutes.
The Jets ran for 179 yards, including 116 from Hall. He had just as many carries as the entire Packers team, who only rushed for 60 yards.
It was the first time in the Matt LaFleur era that they lost two consecutive games and the first time in 16 tries that they lost at Lambeau Field.