Things were less than jolly in England for the Green Bay Packers.
The Green Bay Packers were down by a touchdown to the Giants and were facing 3rd & 2 and then 4 & 2 inside the Giants’ 10-yard line. Despite having two dynamic backs in the backfield, the team elected to pass on both downs.
That led to the Packers falling to 3-2. The Giants completed a second-half shutout to get this victory.
After the game ended, Packers running back Aaron Jones was asked about those calls and his comments put the play-calling on notice.
“I’d put my money on giving me or AJ Dillon two downs to get two yards, I’d put my money on it,” Jones said.
Following the near-disaster against the Patriots last week, Aaron Rodgers noted that the way the Packers are winning games isn’t sustainable. He was proved right on Sunday and now the team has another loss on their record.
Jones carried the ball 13 times for 63 yards in Sunday’s 27-22 loss to the Giants. He added two receptions for 17 yards.
The Packers are down to 3-2 on the season after this frustrating loss.