Aaron Rodgers leads Packers to thrilling win over 49ers

Aaron Rodgers it only took 37 seconds.

After the San Francisco 49ers scored on a 12-yard touchdown pass from Jimmy Garoppolo for Kyle Juszczyk put the team one point up, the Packers The quarterback just needed to get the team into field goal position to give Mason Crosby a shot.

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Rodgers targeted Davante adams twice to quickly get the ball onto the field with no timeouts and leave the game to Crosby to kick the game winner. The veteran complied and the Packers won the game, 30-28.

The current NFL MVP told NBC’s Michelle Tafoya after the game that he believed his performance in Week 1 was an “anomaly” and his game Sunday night doubled on that notion. He completed 23 of 33 with two touchdown passes, one to Adams and the other to Márquez Valdés-Scantling.

Adams had 12 receptions for 132 yards. He was involved in a controversial no-call when it appeared that he was interfered with a hard hit while trying to catch a ball. The referees did not raise the flag.

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The 49ers played hard the entire game.

The team got a spark in the second quarter when Trey Lance put the team on the board before halftime. San Francisco was down 17-14 going into the fourth quarter. The team cut the lead to three on a rushing touchdown by Trey Sermon and then took the lead on Garoppolo’s touchdown pass.

But the defense couldn’t contain the Packers’ load.

Garoppolo finished 25 of 40 with 257 passing yards, two touchdown passes, an interception and a crucial fumble in the fourth. The sermon ended with 31 yards rushing. George kittle he had seven receptions for 92 yards. Brandon Aiyuk had the other touchdown catch.

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Green Bay and San Francisco are 2-1 on the season.

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