37 seconds was too much time to give to the Packers and Aaron Rogers
Aaron Rogers needed just 37 seconds.
After the San Francisco 49ers gave the team a point from Jimmy Garoppolo to Kelly Juszic on a 12-yard touchdown pass, the Packers quarterback needed to bring the team to field goal position just to give Mason Crosby a shot.
Rogers hit Davante Adams twice so that the ball quickly reached the field without time and left the game on Crosby to kick the game-winner. The Giants delivered and the Packers won the game, 30-28.
The ruling NFL MVP told NBC’s Michelle Tafoya after the game that he believed his week’s performance was a “discrepancy” and that his play on Sunday night doubled down on that idea. He was 23-for-33 with a two-touchdown pass एक one to Adams and the other to Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
Adams took 12 catches for 132 yards. He was involved in a controversial no-call when he saw a hard hit hit him while trying to catch the ball. The referee did not remove the flag.
The 49ers played hard throughout the game.
The team got a spark in the second quarter when Trey Lance came on board before halftime. San Francisco came down 17-14 in the fourth quarter. The team reduced the lead to three on a Trey Sermon Rushing touchdown and then a Garoppolo touchdown pass.
But the defense couldn’t stop the Packers ’charges.
Garoppolo completed 40 for 25 with 257 passing yards, two touchdown passes, interception and a decisive performance in fourth. The discourse ended on 31 yards of land. George Kittle had seven catches for 92 yards. Brandon Ayuk caught a second touchdown catch.