Game Recap: Chiefs Beat Packers 13-7

Sarah Kelliher recaps the Packers’ week nine loss against the Chiefs.

After a drama-filled week, the Green Bay Packers (7-2, 2-0 NFC North) fell to the Kansas City Chiefs (5-4, 0-1 AFC West) in a messy 7-13 loss Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium.

Of course, the biggest storyline heading into this game was the fact that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday and that Jordan Love would have to step in for his first career NFL start.

Luckily, viewers wouldn’t have to wait long on Sunday to get their first real look at the Jordan Love Experiment (unless you were watching the game out of market and were forced to watch the end of the Vikings and Ravens in overtime like me) since the Chiefs won the toss and deferred.

Love and the Packers, however, were off the field as quickly as they got on. In just 1:09, Green Bay went three and out after Love threw incomplete passes on first and third down.

Kansas City on the other hand, opened up their day with a monstrous drive that stretched 15 plays and 64 yards and shaved nearly 8 minutes off the clock (ESPN stats). After the Packers’ defense came up huge and stopped the Chiefs on three straight plays, head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Patrick Mahomes put their foot on the gas and went for it on 4th and 1. As a result, running back Darrel Williams rushed up the middle for 11 yards and a first down.

After that, the Chiefs really took over. On the next play, Mahomes connected with star wide receiver Tyreek Hill for 10 yards and a first down. Then, on 2nd and 3, Williams continued to move the chains after rushing for 7 yards. On 3rd and 8, Mahomes connected with Hill again for a first down and the Chiefs earned an additional 5 yards after Green Bay cornerback Rasul Douglas was flagged for holding. And, after Williams continued to rush all over the Packers’ defense and get the Chiefs to the 1-yard line, Mahomes connected with tight end Travis Kelce for a touchdown to take an early 7-0 lead.

After failing to get things going on their opening drive, the Packers looked to running back AJ Dillon to make something happen on their next possession. To open the drive, Dillon rushed for 9 and 15 yards, respectively, and got things cooking for Green Bay. After two strong runs from Dillon, Love got things flowing in the pass game and connected with wide receiver Davante Adams for 10 yards and a first down. Then, on 2nd and 8, Dillon got involved in the pass game and caught a short pass from Love to pickup 15 yards and a first down. However, Dillon’s trickery still wasn’t enough to help Green Bay get some points on the board. After failing to convert on 3rd and 8, the Packers looked to kicker Mason Crosby for a 40-yard attempt. Sadly, the hold was poor, and Crosby missed the field goal wide left.

As time in the first quarter quickly ticked away, the Packers’ defense only started to heat up. With just seconds remaining, Green Bay forced three consecutive incomplete passes and linebacker Oren Burks had a first-down stopping tackle on 3rd and 3 to prevent the Chiefs from moving the chains. To open the second quarter, Kansas City attempted to go for it on fourth down for the second consecutive drive. Luckily for the Packers, the result was different this time and Mahomes threw another incomplete pass and the Chiefs turned it over on downs at their own 37.

Despite great field position, the Packers still couldn’t get points on the board after the defense’s big stand. After a pair of nice runs from running back Aaron Jones to move the chains, the Packers failed to convert on 3rd and 12 after a false start penalty on 2nd down pushed them 5 yards backwards. Once again, Green Bay would put their faith in the field goal unit and would get nothing in return. Crosby’s 37-yard field goal attempt was blocked after another bad hold and the Chiefs still remained in the lead.

Despite the struggles on special teams, the Packers’ defense continued to show up. After the Chiefs converted early in the drive after Mahomes connected with wide receiver Mecole Hardman for a first down, the d-train forced three consecutive incomplete passes and forced the Chiefs to punt.

Pinned back at their own 2-yard line after an impressive punt from Kansas City, Green Bay and Jordan Love had a tall task to handle on their next drive. On 1st and 10, head coach Matt LaFleur put his trust in his young quarterback and Love connected with Dillon for 21 yards. Then, on 2nd and 2, Jones rushed for 5 yards and a first down. But, despite moving the chains once more after Adams drew a defensive pass interference penalty, Love and the Packers still couldn’t connect and they were, once again, forced to punt.

Green Bay’s defense, however, continued to show the heck up. Even after an offsides penalty on 3rd and 6 that gifted Kansas City 5 free yards, the d-train still came up with a stop on 3rd and 1 after linebackers Rashan Gary and De’Vondre Campbell applied picture-perfect pressure.

Unfortunately for the Packers, the celebration didn’t last long thanks to yet another special teams blunder. On the punt return, rookie Amari Rodgers somehow stumbled backwards, tripped and the ball bounced down and skimmed Malik Taylor’s foot and the Chiefs recovered it at the Packers’ 10-yard line.

Despite all odds being against them and their struggles in the red zone this season, the defense provided a huge goal line stand and forced the Chiefs to settle for a 24-yard field goal. Unlike the Packers, their attempt was good, and they extended their lead to 10-0.

On Green Bay’s final offensive drive of the half, Love continued to look like a quarterback playing in his first NFL game: inconsistent. He opened the drive with a deep pass over the middle to wide receiver Randall Cobb for a 35-yard gain. However, he then three two consecutive incomplete passes to Adams on third and fourth down to turn it over on downs and give the Chiefs one more shot at putting more points on the board.

To close the half, Mahomes connected with Kelce for a 25-yard gain to put the Chiefs in field goal position. With just one second remaining, Kansas City drilled a 55-yarder through the uprights and took a 13-0 lead at the half.

Although it was a new half, it was the same messy game from the first—the first three drives for both teams all resulted in three and outs.

On Kansas City’s opening drive, Green Bay forced a three and out after Gary sacked Mahomes for a 6-yard loss on 3rd and 4. Then, the Packers responded with another drive riddled with penalties and miscommunication which led to a three and out of their own. And then, Mahomes threw back-to-back incompletions on second and third down on the Chiefs’ next drive that resulted in another three and out.

Luckily the Packers broke the three and out curse on their next offensive possession after Love connected with tight end Josiah Deguara for 11 yards on 1st and 10 and Dillon rushed up the middle for 8 yards on 2nd and 3, however, it still wasn’t enough for them to cut the Chiefs’ lead. On 3rd and 9, the pressure was too much for Green Bay and Kansas City sacked Love for an 11-yard loss.

On the Chiefs’ next offensive drive, the Packers’ defense continued to frustrate them and produced a big stop on 3rd and 1 after it looked Kansas City had finally started to gain some momentum.

The stop must’ve finally lit a fire for Love and the Packers. As time ticked away in the third quarter, Love started to settle in for the first time all afternoon. On 2nd and 12, he connected with Adams for 14 yards to move the chains. Then, on the very next play, he connected with wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling for 16 yards and a first down thanks to some much-needed pass protection from the offensive line. After that, the Packers were gifted with an automatic first down after a defensive pass interference penalty. Then, on 4th and 1, Green Bay continued to trust love—instead of pushing up the middle to try and get the 1-yard they needed Love connected with Adams for 2 yards and a first down. However, Love’s rhythm in the passing game ended abruptly. On 3rd and 10 in the red zone, Love targeted Adams and was picked off by cornerback L'Jarius Sneed after an inaccurate throw.

Once again, no task remained too big for the Packers’ defense. They forced yet another three and out and gave Jordan Love another shot to show us what he’s made of.

The good news? He delivered. After looking a bit inaccurate for most of the game leading up to this point, Love finally had an opportunity to shine starting at about mid-field for the Packers. Right away, he connected with Cobb on 3rd and 10 for 15 yards to keep the chains moving for Green Bay. Then, on 3rd and 6, Jones provided a much-needed assist after rushing around the left side for 9-yards. Then, on 4th and 5 at the 20, Love connected with wide receiver Allen Lazard for his first career touchdown pass to make it 13-7 Chiefs.

The bad news? Green Bay and Love wouldn’t get another shot to make something happen. With 4:54 left in the game, Mahomes and the Chiefs took advantage of the two-minute warning and their remaining timeouts and effectively closed this one out against the Packers to give us our final score of 13-7.

 

What we learned: There isn’t one person or one position group to blame

If we learned anything after Sunday’s loss, it’s that it doesn’t fall on just one person or one position group. Sure, Jordan Love didn’t look great, but the Packers also really struggled in pass protection and the line looked maybe the worst it has since week one against the Saints.

In addition, let’s talk about special teams. Despite how messy Green Bay looked on offense at times, if their special teams unit had made those two field goals early in the game and not muffed a punt return which resulted in three points for Kansas City, they literally win this game 13-10.

It’s really easy to point a finger at Jordan Love and blame this loss on him, but it’s simple untrue. I’ll be the first to say he didn’t look very good on Sunday, but the Packers certainly didn’t help him either.

Love finished the day 19/34 for 190 yards and 1 touchdown and had 1 interception (ESPN stats).

What went right: Defense

On the contrary, Green Bay’s defense looked phenomenal on Sunday. I know the Chiefs haven’t been the same team this year, but locking down Mahomes, Hill and Kelce is still not a walk in the park.

If I’m Joe Barry, I’m feeling really good about my squad right now. It’s scary to think about what could happen if Z and Jaire are both able to return late in the season for Green Bay.

 

What went wrong: Offensive Line & Special Teams

Oy vey. Green Bay’s offensive line really didn’t hold up well at all against Kansas City’s defense and it really cost them. To put in perspective, ESPN Stats & Info reported that Love went 6-17 for 30 yards when the Packers couldn’t cover the blitz and 13-17 for 160 yards when they did.

Special teams was also hilariously bad on Sunday. Every year, they find new was to impress me with how poorly they can perform sometimes. At this point in the season, some of the mistakes that are happening, like not turning the laces away from Crosby on field goals, are just completely unacceptable.

 

Offensive MVP: AJ Dillon

AJ Dillon continues to be a problem for teams in both the run and pass game. Dillon finished the day Sunday with 8 carries for 46 yards and 4 receptions for 44 yards for the Packers (ESPN stats).

 

Defensive MVP: Krys Barnes

Take a bow, Krys Barnes. Although the entire defense played great, Barnes was a clear stand-out and played one of, if not the best, games of his career.

He finished the day leading the Packers in tackles with 9 total, 7 of which were solo (ESPN stats). Green Bay’s linebacker group continues to quietly trend upward.

 

Up next, the Green Bay Packers get a visit from the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field. Kickoff is set for Sunday, November 14 at 4:25 p.m. EST.

 

 

Sarah Kelliher is a contributor for CheeseheadTV and a podcaster with Pack-A-Day Podcast. She can be found via Twitter @sarahkelliher4

 

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edp1959's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:37 pm

The look on Adam’s face is all that is needed….

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Thegravedigger's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:42 pm

just felt like one we couldve stolen. 9 point swing with 2 botched fgs and a muffed punt. lafluer couldve proven himself today, but he did not. love was blitzed over and over and there was no checkdown option that i saw. no backs, no leaky tightends. and where was the play action on first down. they were runblitzing multiple DBS, and we ran right into it. sure. love was in over his head, in a loud stadium. but he was not helped by his coach. you see them blitzing over and over. gotta draw up something better. aaron jones shouldve been geting swing passes left right and center. they tried on screens, but the pressure was too great for love to get it to him. idk. its easy to criticize from the couch, but when you see allout blitzes coming over and over, you have to give the kid an outlet.

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Alberta_Packer's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:54 pm

A win - so close -yet so far!

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:04 pm

"aaron jones shouldve been geting swing passes left right and center."

That one was a bit shocking.

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Thegravedigger's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:25 pm

what you mean, bubs? you disagree? maybe not just aaron jones, but tight ends, love shouldve had more checkdown options on those blitzes. thats all im saying.

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canadapacker's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:50 pm

Love cannot hit those - he just about had 2 of Dillons passes picked off and Cobb had to fight off interception attempts to get his receptions. Much too tentative on his passes and the same as in the preseason totally inaccurate. I remember a big play to Tonyon - pass was behind him and Tonyon was wide open and would have gained much more yards if not slowing down and reaching behind him. Love's accuracy is really poor. You cannot aim the ball you need to throw it,

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jannes bjornson's picture

November 08, 2021 at 08:37 pm

He should have been given stop and go options with his WRs and RBs on the wagon routes. Spags wanted to gamble the Pack O line would be on their heels and they cooperated.

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:46 pm

Loves first start of the season was still better than Rodgers first start of the season.

. COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE
Rodgers 15 28 133 4.8 0 2 1 11 36.8
Love 5.6 34 190 19 1 1 1 11 69.5

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Rebecca's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:53 pm

The final score is all that counts. It’s a team effort and I assume they are all qualified professionals. The special teams outside of our punting unit let the team down. And the middle of the o-line was a turnstile which enabled the blitz to be so effective.

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:56 pm

"I assume they are all qualified professionals."

The Long Snapper certainly is not.

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edp1959's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:56 pm

And your comparison is completely useless. They played two totally different defenses. Try again…

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:06 pm

"No, his first start. 2008 vs Vikings. Statistics: 18/22 for 178 yards and 1 TD. Result: W 24 to 19. Look it up Skippy."

Salty a little bit? LOL

Look it up skippy...

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PatrickGB's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:46 pm

That was a good take on the game. Thanks.

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Bearmeat's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:53 pm

Relax. It’ll be fine. Both this year and in the future. Bummer we lost but it’ll be fine.

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stockholder's picture

November 07, 2021 at 08:53 pm

Love was the story of this game. He didn't look like Rodgers in any shape or form. If you remember Starr. You can't even go there. Brett Favre? Forget that. So lets try another team. Dan Morino? Roger Staubach? Terry Bradshaw? John Brodie? Ken Stabler? Young? Ok , Lets just blame the Coach. This team wasn't ready.

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Bearmeat's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:01 pm

🥱

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fordguy's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:11 pm

And this was against one of the worst defenses in the league.

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croatpackfan's picture

November 08, 2021 at 07:16 am

yeah. Imagine how bad was OL when that the worst D in the league was camping all game besides them, in the backfield. Must be Jordan Love Mistake that he had not more than 0.8 second to throw the ball. He was throwing to where his receivers should be, but neither he or his receivers had the time to be in the position to connect.

As I understand correctly, you assume that it was Jordan Love mistake. Like when he was announcing play call, he told the OL: "Hey guys, I know that you are somewhat disappointed that it is not Aaron here, so please do not block. Lucas, just hand me the ball when I ask, then step aside while the play is over. Thank you guys."

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fordguy's picture

November 08, 2021 at 03:18 pm

It's amazing you get all that from one sentence. I'll make it easier for you, the Chiefs def. stinks, are not good. And yet Love couldn't change any protections or switch plays all together. That's on him for not recognizing the def. and adjusting to the different looks.

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pacman's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:01 pm

Even though I'm late in posting after the game, I have a totally different take.

I think Gute and MLF planned to let Love play like THE qb and see if they can move on from Rodgers. There is no other explanation for not being prepared for the blitzes that everybody knew KC would run on a rookie in this situation. And the ridiculous game plan to have him throw that much. This game might have been the one to do just that - being 7-1, AFC, etc. If so, it was a total failure, Will Love improve? Maybe, but who knows.

ST was an accident waiting to happen. They've been lucky all year that all the mistakes have not lost a game.

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ImaPayne's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:00 pm

My issue with LeFlowers game plan. Doesnt take a rocket scientist to know they will bring the house on every third and forever and we had a lot of them. You either just run and eat it or throw a quick screen.
What made me angry, Love should have been throwing on first downs went the pass rush wasnt violent. Stay out of the third down situations with pass run pass run or something like that.

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Todd's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:00 pm

Yeah, I’m not tracking the game plan at all, and your comment does make you think because in hindsight it seems like the game plan was built for Rodgers. Because of the timing of Rodgers’ popping positive were they not able to change it? Who knows….

I really expected the Packers to pound the ball constantly, like 60+% percent of the time. Was not expecting at all to have them throw more than they ran, and with limited play-action passes.

And while Love wasn’t good, did the o-line pick up a single blitz the entire game? Didn’t seem like it.

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RandyMajkowskiDilweg's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:13 pm

The defense was AMAZING!
Pack pretty bad at 3-point field goals.
If you want to see 3-point field goals, watch the Bucks.
Barry Alvarez called and he wants his offense back.
Love looked horrendous.
He'd be lucky to be third string on the Badgers.
Undoubtedly heads will roll after our 6-10 campaign next year without Rodgers or Adams.

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ImaPayne's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:02 pm

With one exception, just who the f is supposed to follow the big tight end who constantly ran to open area in middle of field. LIne backers didnt pick him up and the safeties didnt either, he was alone all night.
Thats on the d coach

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Thegravedigger's picture

November 08, 2021 at 03:02 pm

when kelce caught the TD, campbell bit on the run fake.... some of the other plays honestly looked like campbell and barnes were worried about mahommes running, and they let kelce sneak behind them.

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Nate-1980's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:03 pm

Here’s your future with love, still ready for the love era? Let’s start it now, get rid of Rodgers now right ? There we’re no glimpses of hope, he looked scared and unprepared, after two years and you want to run a legend out of town.. Not the team I want, but I’m wrong.. Great draft pick..:)

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ImaPayne's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:04 pm

I dont personally see Love as NFL quality caliber but I agree we should get rid of Rodgers end of season - I think that deal is already agreed on, and use those draft picks to rebuild, picking up another QB in the draft or finding someone else.
There will be pain, there always is but I dont see Love filling those shoes

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Oppy's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:40 pm

He looked scared? That kid hung in the pocket under complete collapse and, for the most part, didn't make any pressure-related mistakes that cost the team dearly.

Unprepared? Yeah, he had three days to get ready against a team that was preparing for 11.

Rodgers is gone because of his contract. Pure and simple. You keep Rodgers, who is 38, and you lose the entire young core of this team.. and people have been screaming for years the Packers need to give Rodgers more to work with to win it all.. You can't have it both ways.

Rodgers is gone; the sensible among us know it is happening. So you can either prepare for the future or die with the past.

I'm looking for the next 15 years of Packers football. Someday, you'll understand that nothing is forever and teams run in cycles.

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Crankbait's picture

November 08, 2021 at 05:53 am

Then please explain the Tampa Bay buccaneers?

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MarkinMadison's picture

November 08, 2021 at 06:46 am

You mean the team that had losing seasons in 8 out of the last 9 years? Please explain your comment.

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Thegravedigger's picture

November 08, 2021 at 03:10 pm

idk dude. lets talk about contracts. look at this GB defense right now. jaire out. Z out. who else is making big money over there? they played pretty awesome yesterday. my point is.... although i agree with the fact that aarons probably gone.... i dont think its the right move. if you have a qb who can play for probably 4 more seasons at an mvp level.... you do it. you make it work. because as good as this D played, with all of those big contracts on the sideline,{jaire future big contract), you dont win games in this leaugue without a qb. if you have one, you make that shit work. aaron is not gone because of his contract next year. aaron is gone because gute is going to triple down on jordan love. this defense is proving right now that you dont need a lot of big contracts to be a good enough defense, if you have a qb.

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Oppy's picture

November 09, 2021 at 01:59 am

The packers are $20m over the cap in 2022 before they even think about resigning expiring contracts.

They had to restructure many contracts and let a pro bowl C walk just to keep this team together this year.

Rodgers goes and we continue to build around young talent and try to put together a team that can win for the next decade plus, or rodgers stays and we struggle to hold together a patch work team around him that can't get it done anyways. All that does is set the franchise back another 4 years.

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Carnival's picture

November 08, 2021 at 12:05 am

Bad .........love had no chance, because of the coach

You can’t call plays for 12 when you play 10...
It was a learning experience for all
We lost we move on

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edp1959's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:06 pm

Why was Love changing the play and the game plan so much? Why didn’t he stick with the run instead of changing up to so many passes?

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Todd's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:03 pm

Changing plays or attempting to change protections? If he was constantly changing plays, you’d LaFleur would have told him to knock it off and run the play that was called.

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bjkdad44's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:31 pm

I get it… sarcasm!!

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canadapacker's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:07 pm

It is a L in that column - what we learned from the last 2 games is that our D is coming along quite nicely and without 2 premier players. What we also learned is that our special teams can cost us a game with their poor play. I mean how hard is it to find enough guys to block on a field goal? How many times does the FG team action team need to snap and kick to get it down? Why did we replace those guys if we are not practicing them and is Lafleur giving them enough PT. Now the Vikes lost so we did not lose ground to them and tomorrow we will see if we lose ground to the Bears and hopefully not.

Watching todays early games I was impressed by the candor and knowledge that Bradshaw and company expressed about the AR situation. I am not willing to retroactively dump on him for words spoken in past years or past interviews etc etc. or even from what has happened this spring = But this Covid thing he needs to address with some sort of humility and an apology and I would suggest that even though he doesnt need to get tested again until after the NFC championship game - IMO he needs to get hisself vaccinated. Failing that - this fan since the 1960's will be really disappointed in him.

Finally - I dont think that Love has the stuff - just from pre-season and from today - seen more and better rookies with better accuracy, Zip on the ball and pocket command ( and I know that the Oline seemed overmatched at times).

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edp1959's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:13 pm

Why do you think Rodgers owes anyone an apology? He has natural immunity so he definitely doesn’t need a shot. Did you not listen, he is allergic to ingredients but he should get because woke say so.

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canadapacker's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:45 pm

Do you really believe him - Do you really know what the chances are from dying from a supposedly allergic reaction to the stuff in MRNA vaccines? I highly doubt it but here are the FACTS - and do you think that AR is a woman?

"While allergy and/or anaphylaxis to FDA-authorized mRNA vaccines appear to be rare in all demographic groups, based on the present case series, women and those with a previous history of allergic reactions appear to have elevated risk. This is consistent with previous epidemiological data, which has found that approximately 85% of vaccine anaphylaxis cases had a history of prior allergic disease and that women are at a greater risk than men" However, fatal anaphylaxis is exceedingly rare, with a recent review estimating an annual incidence of fatal drug-induced anaphylaxis at lower than death due to lightning strike in the general population.
So yes as a leader of the team and a leader in the community - Yes he needs to apologize - maybe not to guys like you but to everybody else

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RandyMajkowskiDilweg's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:32 pm

Polyethylene glycol is a substance which it is fairly common to have an allergy to and it is present in both mRNA vaccines.

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canadapacker's picture

November 07, 2021 at 11:04 pm

Did you not read what I posted. Mostly females probably due to their use of female products. And almost all recover quickly and better chances of getting struck by lightning than dying from the reaction

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RandyMajkowskiDilweg's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:16 pm

Bradshaw is a moron he literally repeated the quite disingenuous Ivermectin is horse-dewormer lie.

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Todd's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:16 pm

Ok, but while Ivermectin is FDA approved for humans to treat parasitic infections, isn’t one of its uses also for animals to help prevent heartworm disease and certain parasites, and particularly with horses? Not saying you’re wrong, but I’m looking at a tube of Apple Flavored Ivermectin 1.87% Horse Wormer Paste (with a horse on the package) at Tractor Supply Co., for $6.49.

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Coldworld's picture

November 07, 2021 at 11:47 pm

Yes, used in animals as well as humans since the early 80s. It’s used against all sorts of parasites, internal and on the skin, Including head lice.

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croatpackfan's picture

November 08, 2021 at 08:02 am

No, it is veterinary drug and prescribed only for big animals (like those 700+ lbs. of weight. There is no doses for human prepared for the market. Also, different kind of carriers are using for the herbivores (horses, cattle) than for omnivores or carnivores.

People really can find all stupid things on internet. There is the reason why Ivermectin had stopped to use in humans.

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Oppy's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:27 pm

I'm starting to think some people don't know what lying is anymore.

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Crankbait's picture

November 08, 2021 at 05:57 am

Bradshaw was a woke, virtue signaling asshole yesterday.

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Reghamster's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:18 pm

Maybe I am alone but I thought the Packers did pretty well all things considered . First of all, besides the Cardinals , every top team lost today . The Vikings lost and the Bears will tomorrow. So the upshot is we didn't lose much ground In the playoff hunt . It is not as if we lost to the Jaguars 9 to 6 like the Bill's did or the Cowboys at home to Denver . I expected we would lose . Almost no rookie qb wins their first game . We lost more due to the ST than because of Love. Love did pretty well vis a vis Mahomes too. I think it is fair to say that MLF wanted to test Love using a similar game plan that he might have installed for Rodgers and see how he would do. He produced enough for a td and two drives for possible field goals that could have led to a tie game . This despite being blitzed constantly and not especially sharp O line protection. Mistakes all around except for the defense . Our defense will help us do well in the playoffs and Rodgers will help us score just enough. We look like true playoff contenders . Love looks like a qb we will keep. Rodgers is on such thin ice . I hope he stays around but it isn't likely is it? Gpg since 1900

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Thegravedigger's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:27 pm

i think the D played well. this team looks legit. i agree with you there. my only issue is that we actually couldve stolen this game if it wasnt for special teams blunders and playcalling.

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Todd's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:20 pm

Agree, Thegravedigger. Give ‘em the two FGs, don’t gift the Chiefs the ball within 25 yards from the end zone due to another ST blunder, and come up with something to slow the constant blitzing that the coaching staff should have expected (my goodness, it’s not like it’s Spagnuolo’s first year in the league), and the Packers could have pulled a W out of Arrowhead.

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Reghamster's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:39 pm

I agree . It hurts to the extent that we would have , could have and probably should have won ! But I think a lot of Packer Backers were thinking more with their hearts than their heads . I saw where one guy thought we would score 32 points ! (Something Rodgers can't do this year it seems). I also keep reading where Love was no comparison to Rodgers in his first start . The truth is he out performed Rodgers easily. Rodgers had 2 interceptions, no td passes , had a much lower completion ratio and threw for fewer yards ! His qb rating was much lower. Meanwhile Love pretty much matched Mahomes .
One consolation in losing is that we really only lost playoff ground to the Cardinals among the top NFC teams .The Cowboys , Rams. Saints and Vikings all lost and the Bears will tomorrow with their rookie qb . Beyond that I am not so certain that home field is such a great advantage. We haven't done much with it in the past and we won the Superbowl entirely on the road . Maybe , being the visiting team helps . I think we still probably will get a bye which is crucial. Personally looking at our schedule this year, I figured we would do well to be 13 and 4 . Now I expect more . You just can't win every game. We have won some we should have lost so it evens out. Disappointing but not the end of the world. The sky sky has not fallen yet.

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Thegravedigger's picture

November 08, 2021 at 02:57 pm

if we get the 2nd seed.... we wil probably play either the falcons, panthers, giants, vikings. it would prolly suck to play the vikings. aint gonna lie. but second seed would be fine because that 7th seed team is gonna be probably 8 and 9

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RandyMajkowskiDilweg's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:33 pm

Adams is leaving with Rodgers too just in case you didn't figure that out yet.
I think they'll probably sign with the same team.

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Todd's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:26 pm

Same team only if they can figure out how to fit $60+M within their salary cap for the two of them. Rodgers is making what $35M and Adams wants to be the highest paid WR. (DeAndre Hopkins is making $27.3M.)

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dobber's picture

November 08, 2021 at 05:26 am

Why do people keep thinking that ARod is a free agent after this season and "free to sign" wherever?

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ImaPayne's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:07 pm

I with ya I thought they played a dam good game or KC really does suck?
Cant we get the long snapper and the holder to get on the same page or dont they practice. The laces were turned the wrong way.
Cant we get Rodgers to either just catch the dam punt or let it go.
He will be a bad pick, my take he aint too bright

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Thegravedigger's picture

November 08, 2021 at 02:59 pm

your absolutely right. about amari rodgers. you have to catch that punt man. idk if hes not too bright or just really nervous, but he has to get his shit together.

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Nate-1980's picture

November 08, 2021 at 05:02 am

Keep love for what, he stinks, he’s exactly what we thought he’d be, well, the realist and not koolaiders around here.. It simple he isn’t a nfl qb, the defense kept us in this game, and he failed miserably.. But yet, this is what most of you here were looking forward to seeing, now enjoy it..:)

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4thand1's picture

November 08, 2021 at 07:46 am

It was one game. ONE game with 3 days to prepare. Fire eveyrone crowd needs to chill. The head coach failed.

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Crankbait's picture

November 08, 2021 at 05:59 am

Which Love were you watching? The football player or Kurt Cobain's ex?

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MarkinMadison's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:31 pm

You make the two field goals and this game would have been tied. I'm not saying Love played great, but he had some moments. There is some arm talent there. He can run a little bit. He had a few screw ups. I'm sure he missed some reads. He couldn't handle the blitz. There is a lot to work on, but I think he is a long way from hopeless.

If this defense loses Kenny Clark then I will be worried.

AJ Dillon was a beast. Jones probably could have broken off a long run if, I don't know, they would have fed him the ball.

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Crankbait's picture

November 08, 2021 at 06:00 am

He has a weak arm and a slow release.

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Alberta_Packer's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:33 pm

I know that as much as this could have been a statement game for Love - there was also an equal or greater possibility that it could not. While I'm not about to sell my Jordan Love shares - I was mildly disappointed that he did not flash - show those 2 or 3 plays that would give hope of a transcendent talent. Perhaps next time.

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Swisch's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:27 pm

Love showed flashes when he got the Packers out of a hole in the second half when a drive started at our own 8 yard line, and was pushed back even more by a penalty. Perhaps the highlight was that 14-yard dart to Davante near the sideline. If I remember, Love got the Packers past midfield before he threw an interception -- although that pass didn't seem all that bad.
Then on the next drive, Love led the offense to a touchdown. Along the way, he converted two huge third downs, and his touchdown to Lazard was on 4th-and-5.
I agree that all of this was somewhat subtle and not spectacular, Alberta_Packer, but I consider it impressive.
It seems Love played through a shaky start with his accuracy and relentless harassment from the blitzing Chiefs defense. He kept his composure, improved significantly, and played the game through to the end with determination. There's a lot to be said for playing it through.
We'll see what comes of the postgame analysis regarding Love, but I have a crazy feeling the kid is going to be alright.

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Alberta_Packer's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:23 pm

Thanks for the crisis counselling - while also providing a greater perspective. I have to be mindful not to compare Love's start with Rodgers coming-out in Dallas (2008) - when he flashed the "it" factor. Also Rodgers didn't get hit like a tennis ball, as did Love today.

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Swisch's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:40 pm

The game was really depressing with all the miscues on special teams, and the continuous pressure on Love causing a sense of chaos.
Plus, it's hard to be in a positive frame of mind after a loss.
Still, it seems a good case can be made that Jordan Love did quite well to persevere through all the adversity and make a game of it.
Let's hope that in retrospect this strange afternoon of football seems more and more a steely start to what will become a stellar career for our young QB.

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Rebecca's picture

November 09, 2021 at 12:45 pm

What did you see in Jordan Love besides one dart to Adams and the pass to Lazard who made an athletic duck to shed the defender and score 6 as well as his perseverance?

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Oppy's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:33 pm

Yes, I'm also eagerly awaiting the analysis.

I expect there will be missed opportunities to be found, but I also believe the overall result will be that he showed a lot of poise and generally didn't make the types of dangerous poor decisions often seen from first-start QBs under this kind of assault in this loud of a stadium."

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BuckyBadger's picture

November 07, 2021 at 09:50 pm

This is like a real thorough report of the game. Hard to come by these days. Good Job!

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ImaPayne's picture

November 07, 2021 at 10:09 pm

I beat Hundley like and old muel on the website but I would take him over Love. Hundley could run and had a strong arm but couldnt read a d to save his life. Love isnt that good

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Crankbait's picture

November 08, 2021 at 06:04 am

Bortles for the win.

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Cartwright's picture

November 08, 2021 at 05:47 am

I was expecting a lackluster performance by the offensive line. Didn't think they would block as hard for the new guy and it happened. What for, the captain is not here must have been the attitude. Let this newbie get a feel for what the NFL can do to you and you better be ready. He didn't look ready or steady even his running looked slow. Brett Hundley ran way better scooting out of the pocket. Put in Blake Bortles, he's the stop gap if Rodgers can't go, a better defense will shred Love to pieces. GPG

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