Packers 20, Bills 7

Posted by Mike Spofford on September 19, 2010 – 1:54 pm

The Packers take advantage of the turnover and drive 39 yards for the score in 7 plays (4:17). Rodgers hit Driver for a 7-yard TD on third-and-goal, and the QB absorbed a bit hit from Chris Kelsay just after he released the ball.

Rodgers hit back-to-back throws to Jennings for 17 yards and Nelson for 11 yards, getting great pass protection from his running backs on blitz pick-ups, to set up the goal-to-go situation.

8:32 left in the third.

The TD catch is the 51st of Driver’s career, which moves him into sole possession of the No. 4 spot in team history. He had been tied with Max McGee at 50.

Bulaga was still in at LT on that drive for the Packers.

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