Green Bay Packers Fall To Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football

I attended the Green Bay Packers vs Tennessee Titans game Thursday night and I think I‘m going to throw a BYOS (Bring Your Own Sadness) party.

The Tennessee Titans (7-3) get a nice win over the Green Bay Packers, 27-17, at Lambeau Field on Thursday Night Football. The win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday was a bit of fools gold. Green Bay has lost six of their last seven games and fall to 4-7 on the season.

Green Bay literally abandoned everything that worked on Sunday against Dallas.

It’s such a demoralizing loss for the Packers. Green Bay had so many opportunities to get back into this game and win it and they pissed them all away.

Ryan Tannehill completed 22-of-27 passes for 333 yards and two touchdowns. No comment needed.

I’ve lost track of how many times the Packers have miscommunicated this season and left a receiver wide open. For a veteran secondary, it’s completely inexcusable.

Joe Barry needs to be terminated.

Oh and the cornerback you pay $21 million a year got beat by a rookie wide receiver in garbage time for 51-yards.

The last three offensive drives for Green Bay were beyond painful to watch. There was a lack of urgency and a lack of execution. It was just ugly.

Not to mention, your defense gives up 10 minute drives for fun. A little urgency, when trailing by 10 points, would have been nice.

Aaron Rodgers had a nightmare of a fourth quarter. Rodgers missed a few wide open receivers, took an egregious sack, and made some questionable decisions on who to throw to.

Once again, the Packers had to pass the ball to win this game, giving Aaron Rodgers what he wants, and they couldn’t do it.

Don’t tell me that Rodgers hasn’t been one of the Packers many problems this season, because that’s just irresponsible to say anything to the contrary.

I’m afraid that this season is over. “Not dead yet” might just be “dead” right now.

“WTF” pretty much sums up the 2022 Green Bay Packers season.

Matt LaFleur postgame said: “We’re not in a very good position right now. That’s for sure. Like I told the guys, there’s no margin for error. Period.”

Aaron Rodgers postgame said: “If we play to our potential, we can win our last six games.” Rodgers acknowledged that he has to play up to his potential, which he says he didn’t Thursday night.

I will say, Lambeau Field is a beautiful site and I always love making the trip here.

How can one not be romantic about this historic venue.

Up Next:

Friendly reminder: The Green Bay Packers travel to Philly to play the Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) on Sunday Night Football next week, November 27th. Yay.

Kickoff is scheduled for 7:20 p.m. (Central Time) and will be nationally televised on NBC.

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