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VIDEO: Falcons 33, Packers 32

Posted: 12:00 AM, Oct 30, 2016
Updated: 2016-10-30 20:19:24-04
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons
Packers Second Screen: Packers at Falcons

Aaron Rodgers' four touchdown passes were not enough as Atlanta took advantage of a decimated Packers secondary.

Postgame

4th Quarter

Atlanta 33, Green Bay 32
Ryan-Sanu 11 yd TD pass
:31 left in quarter

Green Bay 32, Atlanta 26
Rodgers-Janis 7 yd TD pass (Rodgers run for 2-pt play)
3:58 left in quarter

3rd Quarter

Atlanta 26, Green Bay 24
Freeman 2 yd TD run
3:31 left in quarter

Halftime - Facebook Live

2nd Quarter

Green Bay 24, Atlanta 19
Crosby 28 yd FG
:00 left in quarter

Green Bay 21, Atlanta 19
Ryan-Freeman 6 yd TD pass (2 pt play)
:27 left in quarter

Green Bay 21, Atlanta 13
Rodgers-Davis 9 yd TD pass
4:25 left in quarter

Green Bay 14, Atlanta 13
Bryant 40 yd FG
8:51 left in quarter

Green Bay 14, Atlanta 10
Rodgers-Allison 4 yd TD pass
11:53 left in quarter

1st Quarter

 

Atlanta 10, Green Bay 7
Ryan-Gabriel 47 yd TD pass
5:01 left in quarter

Green Bay 7, Atlanta 3
Rodgers-Nelson 5 yd TD pass
6:08 left in quarter

Atlanta 3, Green Bay 0
Bryant 36 yd FG
9:41 left in quarter

Pregame Blog

Pregame story

The Green Bay Packers, for a half, rediscovered their dominant offense in their win over the Chicago Bears last week.

Now, physically wounded , strategically flexible and 4-2, the Packers may need that offense in droves against the No. 1 offense in football, the Atlanta Falcons.

Green Bay realizes that as much as they need their offense to score, they also need it to possess the football - so that Atlanta can't.

The Falcons have put up more than 32 points per game, the best in football . They've had 500-yard passing days from quarterback Matt Ryan and 300 yard receiving days from wide receiver Julio Jones.

That weaponry stares the Packers' injury-decimated secondary in the face. Ladarius Gunter against Jones? That matchup sounds incredibly scary.

The Packers deserve to rise to 5-2 and a standing among the elite teams if they go into Atlanta and beat a dangerous Falcons team.

This game will test how well Mike McCarthy and his coaching staff can adjust to adversity with scheme, as well as with getting players to be next-man-up.

Stay tuned.