Game Review: Home Struggles Continue Vs. Jets
Sunday, December 3, 2006
Official Site of the Green Bay Packers
by Mike Spofford, Packers.com
The New York Jets lived up to their billing as an up-and-coming team on Sunday at Lambeau Field while the Packers inexplicably continued to struggle on their home turf.
The Jets used a flawless first half to take an overwhelming 31-point lead and went on to win 38-10, keeping them in the thick of the AFC playoff chase at 7-5. Meanwhile the Packers lost their third straight game to drop to 4-8, including an unsightly 1-5 mark at Lambeau.
The offense's only drive of any substance included two rushes for 46 yards by running back Ahman Green.
By game's end, Favre was 24-of-47 for 214 yards and Green topped the century mark with 102 yards on 14 rushes.
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