The Green Bay Packers defeated the Tennessee Titans, 40-14, at Lambeau Field Sunday night. The Packers improve to 12-3 on the season while the Titans drop to 10-5.
The Packers are back to leading the NFL in scoring at 31.6 points per game.
Aaron Rodgers was 21-of-25 for 231 yards with 4 touchdowns and 1 interception.
Rookie A.J. Dillion had 21 rushing attempts for 124 yards (5.9 average) and his first two rushing touchdowns of his career, he also had one reception for five yards.
Aaron Jones ran for 94 yards on 10 rushing attempts, along with two receptions for 14 yards.
Devante Adams had yet another phenomenal game, scoring three touchdowns on 11 receptions for 142 yards.
The Packers defense shockingly played well, limiting stud running back Derrick Henry to 98 rushing yards on 23 attempts (4.3 average).
Ryan Tannehill struggled, completing only 11 of his 24 pass attempts for 121 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions. Logan Woodside came in late in relief and was 0-for-2 throwing the ball.
The Green Bay Packers will close the regular season next Sunday at Soldier Field against the Chicago Bears. Kickoff will be at 3:25 PM (CT) on Sunday, January 3. A Packers win will lockup the 1 seed in the NFC. A loss and Seattle Seahawks win would mean no 1 seed for the Packers. Also, a Packers loss would mean Chicago would sneak their way into the playoffs, which I don’t think any of us want that to happen.
The Tennessee Titans play on the road in Texas against the Houston Texans next Sunday, with kickoff being at 3:25 PM (CT). A Titans win would mean Tennessee wins the AFC South. If Tennessee loses to Houston, then the Titans would need a Colts loss to Jacksonville to wrap up the AFC South. A Titans loss and a Colts win, then they’d need help with Cleveland, Baltimore and Miami losses then tiebreakers would determine seedlings.