The Green Bay Packers took to Lambeau Field for the first time in 2013!
Aaron Rodgers opened at QB for the Packers while James Starks was at RB.
After about a 30-yard pass to Randall Cobb, the offense scored three plays later when Rodgers found TE D.J. Williams from about 5 yards. Rodgers scramble right and stopped and found Williams in the end zone.
Interesting that once ball got inside 10-yard line, rookie Eddie Lacy replaced Starks.
B.J. Coleman replaced Rodgers. Johnathan Franklin at RB.
Offense couldn't get anything going. Two Franklin runs for 4 yards and an incomplete pass where Sam Shields made a nice play.
Coleman remained at QB but was replaced by Graham Harrell around midfield.
Harrell, with a nice run from Alex Green, marched the ball to the 15-yard line before the drive stalled.
Giorgio Tavecchio came on and kicked a 33-yard field goal.
Coleman back at QB after a nice kickoff return by Jeremy Ross.
The drive was finished after three plays after rookie Datone Jones recorded a sack on third and 13.
Coleman remains at QB with Lacy at RB.
After a nice run by Lacy, Coleman continued his turnover problem in camp when he was intercepted by James Nixon, who scampered 66 yards for a touchdown. Nixon is a first-year player from California (Penn.)
Coleman at QB.
After getting some help from Eddie Lacy on the ground, Coleman threw an interception in the end zone as Brandon Smith picked off the pass.
After the interception, Mason Crosby missed a field goal from 48 yards when he hit the right upright.
Harrell at QB.
On a third-and-five play Harrell made a nice pass to Tyrone Walker for a 14-yard gain.
On the next play, Walker caught a 24-yard pass from Harrell, who's clearly having a better night than Coleman. A few plays later, Harrell capped off the drive with a 16-yard swing pass to Angelo Pease, who outran pursuit to the end zone along the right sideline.
Field goal drill and Crosby good from 40 yards. Crosby 1-2 tonight, Tavecchio 1-1.
Coleman at QB, ball at 35. Two-minute drill.
3-7 54 yards. Drive stalls at 1-yard line.
Loyce Means, two pass interference penalties, including one in end zone.
Tavecchio outkicks Crosby
--After Drive 8, Crosby misses field goal from 37 yards, and is greeted by boos for second time. Tavecchio then steps in and makes field goal.
--Crosby returns and splits uprights from 47 yards and Tavecchio misses wide right.
--Kickers go back to 53 yards and Crosby misses wide right. Tavecchio hits crossbar and it bounces through.
(Kickers now kicking to north end zone after kicking to south end zone.)
--Crosby from 33 yards, wide right, but Tavecchio is right down the middle
--Now at 43 yards, Crosby misses and looks to the sky. Tavecchio once again makes the kick.
--Moving back to 51 yards, Crosby finally makes a kick. Tavecchio also makes kick.
Total: Crosby 2 for 6; Tavecchio 5 for 6.
End of scrimmage.
- Among the missing in action, Jordy Nelson isn't playing tonight due to a minor knee injury; TE Ryan Taylor left with an injury.
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