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The Green Bay Packers got a big 34-20 victory on Sunday over the Atlanta Falcons Jaire Alexander Jersey , giving Joe Philbin a win in his first game as the team’s interim head coach. It wasn’t a big win because the Packers are still in the thick of the playoff race, though they are still mathematically alive. Instead, it seems big for the confidence of the team, giving the players and fans belief that the problems the team had dealt with all season are indeed fixable.The Packers got big contributions from three reserves on the offensive line, however, as a trio of starters were made inactive just before game time. Although the line as a whole did allow four sacks, including three on third downs, they kept Aaron Rodgers clean in the second half and helped the team pick up nearly 140 rushing yards on the day.Here’s a look at the playing time from Sunday’s 34-20 Packers victory.OFFENSE (65 plays)QuarterbacksAaron Rodgers 64, DeShone Kizer 1Rodgers gave way to Kizer for a kneel-down on the final snap of the game. Other than that, Rodgers had a moderately efficient day, completing just under two-thirds of his passes by going 21-for-32 (65.6%). His 6.13 yards per attempt number won’t impress, but the important factor was that he kept the chains moving on third downs.Rodgers completed five of six pass attempts on third downs for four conversions and added a pair of scrambles for first downs as well. The Packers did allow three third-down sacks in the first half, but the overall 7-for-13 conversion rate was a huge step forward.We also must mention Rodgers setting the new record for pass attempts without an interception, as he has still thrown just one all year. Still, there were two passes that he could have been picked off on during Sunday’s game, including one that hit Deion Jones in the hands a few throws before he did indeed set the record. But it’s still fun to see one of the NFL’s all-time best at avoiding turnovers get a record like this, so congrats to Rodgers on setting the new mark!Running BacksAaron Jones 42, Jamaal Williams 24, Dan Vitale 2Williams started the game for the Packers, which seemed bizarre and inexplicable at the time. However, it may have had something to do with the pace of the opening drive, as the team seems to prefer him to Jones when in no-huddle or quick passing situations. Jones came on and dominated the snap count the rest of the way, however, and he ended up out-touching Williams 20 to 4.Jones was back over 4.5 yards per carry in this game, with 17 totes for 78 yards and a score. He added three receptions for 28 yards. Williams, meanwhile, carried the ball four times for 17 yards.Wide ReceiversDavante Adams 56, Randall Cobb 44, Equanimeous St. Brown 34, Marquez Valdes-Scantling 30, Jake Kumerow 6Adams had another 11 targets, catching seven balls for 81 yards and a touchdown. He should have had another 30-yard reception, but it was wiped out by a pass interference call on Jimmy Graham on a pick play. St. Brown seems to be slowly catching up to MVS, as the two have been about even on snaps and targets in recent weeks. Cobb returned to relevance this week Josh Jackson Jersey , thanks in large part to his 24-yard touchdown reception on the play that gave Rodgers the record.Tight EndsJimmy Graham 47, Lance Kendricks 17, Marcedes Lewis 16, Robert Tonyan 7Graham caught just two passes for 13 yards in this game, though one did move the chains on third down. The rest of the tight ends were swapped in and out largely in blocking situations, as none had even a single target.Offensive LinemenLucas Patrick 65, Jason Spriggs 65, Corey Linsley 65, David Bakhtiari 64, Justin McCray 62, Alex Light 3, Adam Pankey 1With three starters out, Patrick, Spriggs, and McCray came on to start and provided nearly full games. As mentioned earlier, the group did allow three sacks on third downs in the first half, two of which led to field goals. However, the second half was much better, as they did not allow a single sack after halftime.McCray missed three snaps early on for a minor issue, but returned to play the remainder of the game. Patrick, meanwhile, endeared himself to his quarterback by sticking up for him after a borderline hit on a scramble by defensive back Brian Poole. Patrick got into a scrum with several Falcons defenders and won some major points for his protective instincts.DEFENSE (71 plays)Defensive LinemenDean Lowry 56, Kenny Clark 51, Tyler Lancaster 22, Montravius Adams 12Interestingly, Clark did not show up on the stat sheet in the game despite playing about 70 percent of the team’s snaps. However, this may have been by design by the Falcons; instead, Lowry and Lancaster picked up much of the tackles among this group with three apiece. Lancaster had one big TFL on a swing pass, and Lowry had a hit on quarterback Matt Ryan.Outside LinebackersKyler Fackrell 57, Clay Matthews 55, Reggie Gilbert 30Matthews had one of the Packers’ two sacks of Ryan on the day, with the second going down as a “team sack” in the stat sheet. He also had a second tackle for loss and a second hit on Ryan in a fairly solid performance. Fackrell also had a TFL and a hit on Ryan, with three total tackles, while Gilbert had just one solo stop.Inside LinebackersBlake Martinez 71 Oren Burks Jersey , Antonio Morrison 7It’s a refrain at this point; Martinez had double-digit tackles with 12 total. The Packers were able to use safety Josh Jones as a Nitro linebacker for much of this game, however, which we’ll get to shortly.We at APC still hope to see more of rookie Oren Burks down the stretch, however. These last few games could and should be good opportunities for developmental snaps for him.SafetiesTramon Williams 71, Kentrell Brice 65, Josh Jones 63, Eddie Pleasant 6Brice’s return allowed the team to largely keep Jones down in the box at Nitro linebacker, where he picked up five solo tackles and an assist. Brice had three and one for four total tackles, while Williams was held off the stat sheet despite not missing a snap.The fact that Brice was able to play, however, did really open up the possibilities for Mike Pettine, at least in terms of how best to use Jones. It was nice to see him flying around closer to the line of scrimmage once again.CornerbacksJaire Alexander 71, Tony Brown 59, Josh Jackson 56, Bashaud Breeland 23, Will Redmond 5While Williams and Brice primarily manned the safety position, the Packers’ corner rotation was strange early on. Breeland was arguably one of the stars of the game, with a pick-six and a fumble recovery, but he played fewer than a third of the game’s snaps. This reduced workload may be an effort to keep his snaps in check as he continues to work through a groin injury, however.Meanwhile, Alexander spent essentially the entire game matched up on Julio Jones one-on-one. He finished the day with ten solo tackles, one for loss, and a pass breakup — though he should have had two, if the Packers’ first replay review had been changed from a catch to an incompletion. Brown added five total tackles while Jackson had two solo stops, two pass breakups, and another defensive holding penalty. If Green Bay doesn’t add a veteran to fill Randall Cobb’s place in the slot, it could find value outside the first 32 picks."One more weekend remains in the football season with Super Bowl LIII set to kickoff Sunday evening in Atlanta. The Senior Bowl has come and gone and the NFL Combine is less than a month away. Since it’s Friday, it seemed like a good time for another round of Packers musings but with a draft-themed twist. Much has been made about the Packers’ draft possibilities with two picks in the first round. But Green Bay’s bread and butter when most successful has been its ability to identify contributors in the middle and late rounds. Today’s article features three potential candidates Green Bay could consider outside of round one in the 2019 NFL Draft, adding on to what appears to be a promising group of mid-round picks a year ago.Deebo Samuel, WR, South CarolinaGreen Bay’s lack of a slot receiver has been noted in the early part of this offseason, especially with Randall Cobb’s expiring contract. I still think that the Packers explore under-the-radar veterans in free agency, but, in the event that they do not J’Mon Moore Jersey , there are many draftable prospects to consider. Yes, Green Bay selected three receivers a year ago, but none are true slot receivers.One player who has some similarities to Cobb is Samuel, a dynamic SEC receiver. The knock on the South Carolina product is injury, as Samuel suffered a broken leg in week three of the 2017 season. After a slow start to his senior season comeback, Samuel began to showcase his talents once again. Like Cobb, Samuel can play outside if needed but would be more dangerous from the slot as a six-foot target. He has a thicker frame than Cobb with a similar level of physicality, but breaks more tackles after the catch than Cobb showed in his younger years. Samuel also has kick return experience and would give Green Bay immediate help in that department.A good showing at the Senior Bowl increased Samuel’s status. But still within day-two range, Samuel could be an explosive threat in an innovative offense with his route-running and separation skills.Tyree Jackson, QB, BuffaloUnder Ron Wolf, the Packers’ philosophy was to draft a signal caller on a near-yearly basis. However, Green Bay has selected a quarterback just once since the 2012 season, drafting Brett Hundley in 2015. While they have had stability at the position and traded for DeShone Kizer last year, the Packers could be in line to begin that trend once again.I could see Jackson being a late riser as draft season progresses, but he’s currently a boom-or-bust third-day prospect. With a large build reminiscent of former Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman, Jackson has strength as a runner and a powerful arm. As an overall passer, Jackson remains a bit raw and will need NFL coaching over time to fix mechanical issues with his slower release that leads to accuracy issues.Jackson could have used another year in college and was set to be a prime graduate transfer candidate. Instead, he will begin to state his case at the NFL Combine to be selected within the first three rounds. If not, Jackson would be an intriguing developmental prospect with Aaron Rodgers etched in as the Packers’ long-term starter under center. Isaac Nauta, TE, GeorgiaAs a College Football Playoff squad, the Georgia Bulldogs had ample marquee television opportunities in 2018. And while Georgia has many future NFL talents - Jake Fromm, Deandre Baker, and Riley Ridley among others - one that consistently made big plays when most needed in the games I watched was Nauta, an early entry.Whether Green Bay keeps Jimmy Graham or not, it will need depth at tight end. Nauta improved significantly as a run blocker during his time with the Bulldogs, using his long arms to his advantage as a pass blocker as well. He has enough speed to stretch the field and his physicality as a runner and receiver made him a trustworthy target for Fromm.While many evaluators wonder if he will be able to separate at the next level, Nauta could be an excellent blocker at the position at the very least. Currently, Nauta could be a steal in the realm of rounds three or four.

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