February 8, 2016

Packers peaking at the right time, crush Titans

The Green Bay Packers crushed the Tennessee Titans 55-7 on Sunday at

Mike McCarthy

Lambeau Field.

Even though it came against a bad team with nothing to play for, the Packers were solid in all three phases and were dominant from the very start.

AUDIO: Mike McCarthy says his team played well across the board :21

The Packers goal is to finish strong, playing their best ball at the end and they’re definitely headed in that direction.

AUDIO: Mike McCarthy said they’re headed in the right direction :15

At 11-4, the Packers have won 9 of their last 10 games and currently hold the #2 seed in the NFC playoff picture after San Francisco lost at Seattle on Sunday night 42-13.

The Packers still likely need to win their final game at Minnesota to hang on to that #2 seed.  They’ll be challenged too.  The Vikings need a win over the Packers on Sunday to clinch a spot in the post-season themselves.

AUDIO: Aaron Rodgers on the chase for the 2nd seed and 1st round bye :19

The Packers defense came out strong right from the start.  They sacked Jake Locker 7-times and picked him off twice. 

The Packers 55-points is tied for the third-most in the team’s history.  They out-gained the Titans 460 yards to 180 yards.

Aaron Rodgers passed for 342 yards and three touchdowns with a passer rating of 125.1.

The Packers game has been flexed out of its normal noon start to 3:25 on Sunday afternoon at the Metrodome.

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