In a game that featured 3 safeties, the Packers, led mainly by 3rd and 4th stringers outlasted the Browns in a sloppy start to preseason.
Quarterback, Joe Callahan, was the star of the show, as he looked sharp leading the Packers offense with precision and confidence.
Micah Hyde helped set up the first of Mason Crosby’s two 54 yard field goals with a big interception.
The defense looked strong for the most part as they got decent pressure, had solid coverage and unleashed a plethora of big hits on their way to 4 sacks.
Jared Abbrederis’ highlights included hauling in an exciting catch and adding a dynamic punt return to seal the game.
It’s the preseason and the game was dominated by backups, so it was a bit sloppy as can be expected but their we’re definitely also very solid moments, including a 2 yard TD pass from Callahan to running back, John Crockett.
The brightest moments for Packers fans, included watching the starters standing on the sidelines smiling and healthy.
In sideline interviews, Mike Daniels emphasized the need for the defense, “to bring the nasty,” and Aaron Rodgers, mentioned that he realizes the mortality of his career and feels the urgency to win now, he also said he feels good and is in good shape. He also added that he will, “be out there next week.”