Led by Rodgers, the Packers Blew Out the Titans by a Embarrassingly Lopsided 40-14 Win

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers blew out the Tennessee Titans in a embarrassingly lopsided 40-14 victory, Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020 in Lambeau Field in Green Bay. The Packers’ win was helped by a rushing game that produced 234 yards and two rushing touchdowns, and by a 231 yards and four touchdowns effort by Rodgers.

Rodgers finished the game completing 21 of 25 passes, to lead the way for the Packers. He ended up with an overall QB rating of 128.10, coming from a performance that included 231 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception for the game.

The ground game for the Packers saw A.J. Dillon carrying the football 21 times, and Aaron Jones helping with rushing the ball 10 times. The two rushers produced 124 yards and 94 yards respectively in a winning effort. The passing game for the Packers had Rodgers tossing the football to Davante Adams and Allen Lazard as his most productive targets. Adams caught 11 passes for a net gain of 142 yards. The secondary target (Lazard) caught two passes for a net contribution of 14 yards.

The Packers were helped by a defensive effort that resulted in two sacks, and three tackles for loss, to go along with one forced fumble, with no defensive touchdowns.

Ryan Tannehill led the Titans in a losing effort with 121 yards, completing 11 of 24 passes, two interceptions, and one touchdown, for a QB rating of 40.40.

The rushing game for the Titans was led by Derrick Henry and Darrynton Evans. For the game, Henry rushed for 98 yards from carrying the football 23 times. Meanwhile Evans carried the ball 1 times for a total of three yards. For the passing game, the top receivers for the Titans included Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and A.J. Brown. Westbrook-Ikhine caught one pass for a total of 19 yards, while Brown contributed with 43 yards from four passes.

In their loss, the Titans defense contributed with no forced fumbles and one tackle to go along with one sack and zero defensive touchdowns. This production from the Titans defense was not enough help get a win.

After the win, the Packers now have a 12-3 record, compared to the Titans who now have a 10-5 record.