Packers roll in Philly 27-13, move to 5-6
By Brian E Murphy, Packers Insider senior editor
~Aaron Rodgers said the Packers could run the table.
There’s a long way to go yet, but the table seems set now at least. The pieces are starting to take place.
Rodgers was precision-sharp Monday night in Philadelphia as the Packers won 27-13.
Rodgers threw a pair of early touchdowns to Davante Adams, and Aaron Ripkowski later added a touchdown run.
It was the Packers only touchdown run this season by anyone other than Rodgers.
With the win, the Packers pulled to within two games of the surprising first place Detroit Lions (7-4), and one game back of the Vikings (6-5)
Green Bay hosts Houston next week, and finishes the season hosting Minnesota in week 16, and at Detroit in the finale, week 17.
The win was the Packers first road win since the opener in Jacksonville on September 11th, and their first win of any kind since October 20th. Had they lost, it would have been a winless November.