After a poor start in the preseason opener at Pittsburgh, the Green Bay Packers number one offensive unit rebounded to score on three of their first four possessions in Saturday night's 48-13 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
The first offense accomplished more of what coach Mike McCarthy was looking for.
The Packers 48 points was the most they've scored in an exhibition game since 1938, when they defeated the Cedar Rapids Crush 75-0, and it was their most points in a preseason game against an NFL opponent.
Runningback Brandon Jackson rushed for 54 yards on 13 carries with 42 yards coming on 9 carries with the first offensive unit.
The Packers defense got in on the act as well. They forced six Seattle turnovers and ran a pair of fumbles back for touchdowns.
The Packers were off yesterday. They practice tonight and Tuesday afternoon before facing the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night at Lambeau Field.