Cleveland Browns vs. Green Bay Packers: Relative Score Fest

Posted: 22nd October 2009 by Steve Tater in NFL
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The Cleveland Browns head into Week Seven in a state of disarray. They are 1-5, the offense canÆt make a play, the defense canÆt make a tackle, and now the flu bug has caused the team to send as many as twelve players home from practice. á Now, the Browns have lost their most consistent linebacker D'Qwell Jackson for the season. This one really hurts. á There really is no bright side as Aaron Rodgers and the potent Green Bay offense come to town. The Packers are coming off a 26-0 shutout of the Detroit Lions, which moved their record to 3-2. á Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is fast establishing himself as one of the league's best signal-callers. Rodgers is averaging close to 300 yards passing per game, has a passer rating of 104.1, and has eight touchdown passes versus only two interceptio ...

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