Packers run away with a victory over the 49ers 34-17
Green Bay- The Packers earned a victory over the deflated and battered San Francisco 49ers 34-17.
The Packers was demolishing the 49ers' defense in the first half. Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdowns and had close to 150 yards through the air. Aaron Jones had a couple of great runs through the banged up secondary of San Francisco and finished the half with 50 yards.
On the defensive side of the ball, the Packers held 49ers' quarterback Nick Mullens to 87 yards and running back Jerick McKinnon to 30 yards. Collectively, as a unit, the Packers had full control of the game and was looking to make a statement in the second half.
The Packers continued their dominance against the 49ers in the second half. Green Bay scored 10 points in the third quarter and never took their foot off the pedal. From start to finish, the Packers' defense did not let Mullens gain any confidence throwing the ball down the field or allow him to feel comfortable in the pocket. Late in the fourth quarter, the 49ers scored two touchdowns to make it a reasonable defeat.
Rodgers finished the game with 305 yards and 4 touchdowns
Devante Adams finished with 10 catches for 173 yards.