Friday, October 2, 2015

Packers Versus 49ers Final Score | Ticket King Green Bay

Packers versus 49ers Tickets
The Packers are coming off a 38-28 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football. At one point they led 31-7. Aaron Rodgers threw five touchdown passes in that game, and despite what Pro Football Focus thinks he played a great game. Next up for the Packers they travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers on Sunday.

Can Aaron Rodgers keep up this pace? For the season Aaron Rodgers is 67-91 for 771 yards and 10 touchdowns and zero interceptions. At this pace, he will finish the season 357-485 for 4,112 yards, 53 touchdowns and zero interceptions. This would be the greatest statistical season of all time, and would certainly give Rodgers his third MVP award.

When will it be midnight for James Jones? The Packers signed James Jones off the street not knowing what to expect in his return to Green Bay. What has happened is Jones has been one of the league's best receivers through three weeks this season. Jones has 12 catches for 219 yards and four touchdowns. Will this weekend see the end of this early season run though?

When will the injuries eventually become too much to overcome? So let's tally it up at the moment. Jordy Nelson, Josh Boyd, and Sam Barrington are all done for the season. Andrew Quarless is been designated as injured reserve-designated for return, so he will be out until week 12. Brian Bulaga will not return until after the bye. Devonte Adams now has a high ankle sprain and he won't play this weekend. In fact, we don't expect him back until after the bye either. Datone Jones avoided a concussion somehow. Eddie Lacy and Randall Cobb both had close calls, but are back in the lineup. At some point, one must have to think, these injuries will eventually be too much to overcome.

How high can the great Clay Matthews take his game? Most players find a position, and excel at that position. Clay Matthews is taking mastery of positional play to a whole new level. Matthews has mastered the art of playing both inside and out. Oh yeah, he is now the defensive play caller as well. I don't think we have seen the best of Clay Matthews yet.

Will the team let past history in and against San Francisco effect them? I understand this game isn't in Green Bay, but Aaron Rodgers has been beaten three times at Lambeau Field since his rise to greatness in 2010. Two of those losses are the San Francisco 49ers, one being in the playoffs. Then there was that 2013 playoff debacle in San Francisco. This is a much different Packers team since the last time these two played, and this is a much different 49ers team since the last time these two played.

Final Score: A lot of people are predicting a blowout, but I will not be one of them. Packers win a much closer game than expected 38-24.

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