This Sunday night, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will travel to Foxborough to try to defeat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in a starting quarterback match-up that we've only seen once before. He is now listed as questionable for the Patriots' upcoming game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday with an ankle injury. Green Bay vs. New England.
The main attraction, of course, will be the two pivots, as Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady will share the same field as combatants for just the second time in each of their soon-to-be Hall of Fame careers.
- Packers win the coin toss. Packers cornerback Tramon Williams whiffed on the tackle at the 38-yard line, and Gordon coasted into the end zone to bury the Packers.
Last week against the Rams, the Pack ran the ball 19 times for 106 yards.
Expect the Packers to show up on Sunday night with Rodgers having another phenomenal performance but it won't be enough to stop Brady and Patriots.
The Patriots go on a 69-yard drive with six rushes-one for a touchdown.
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"But, I think we have things that we still need to work on and improve, (and) there are some things we do well and we have to keep doing those". Allison set season highs with six catches for 80 yards in a 22-0 win over Buffalo on September 30.
Why get rid of someone who is helping make that happen? Both teams are coming in with excellent quarterback and offensive play, along with defenses that could use some improvement.
Rivers will start in his 200th straight game, becoming just the 10th player since the merger in 1970 with such a streak. He's run for 116 yards on 18 attempts but has been sacked 22 times. The rookie threw for 334 yards - still a personal best - but also had two interceptions.
Before he was hurt in Week 4, Allison had emerged as the Packers' best deep threat.
The Jets will see a different face running the offense on the other side, with Brock Osweiler getting the start for the Dolphins in place of the injured Ryan Tannehill.
Last week's win over the Bills was the first time in four weeks they hadn't allowed a 100-yard receiving effort. That has been the case most of this season. The go-ahead touchdown - a James White 1-yard run - came following a turnover and was set up by a double-pass, Julian Edelman to White. New England is 11-0 SU and 9-2 ATS in their last 11 home games.