- The Packers knew they'd need to bounce back Sunday after their season opening loss.
Things didn't look good when Green Bay went down 21-3 in the second quarter. The Packers had to make adjustments
The Packers couldn't get thing going on the grouns against the Jets defense. The Packers quickly realized they needed to air it out.
"You know our run game wasn't great for us so we relied on throwing the ball," said Jordy Nelson, the Packers wide receiver.
That meant the receivers needed to make space so their quarterback Aaron Rodgers could get them the ball.
At the end of the day, Rodgers was happy with their production.
"Devante did a really nice job, randall had two touchdowns," said Rodgers. "Jordy gives you those opportunities to really make some special plays."
Jordy Nelson finished with 209 yards receiving and the rookie Devante Adams, the packers 2nd round pick, suddenly turned into contributor catching the ball five times for 50 yards.
"That's the kind of stuff I got to do to keep showing my whole team and the staff and even myself that I'm capable of playing and making plays at this level," said Adams.
They helped get Rodgers back into a groove. He threw for three touchdowns, fans hope that's a promising sign for the season.