Found October 10, 2011 on PackSmack:
It was sort of like the Civil War. You know, the Confederate Army looks for a fight, then does some damage like at the battle of Manassas. Well, the Atlanta Falcons did just that as they dominated the first half of the game against the visiting Green Bay Packers, reigning NFL Champs.Perhaps the Falcons were still bitter about the crushing they received in the NFC playoffs courtesy of the same Packers. Regardless, they came out and blasted out two touchdowns on their first two drives. While Green Bay had nothing. Except the will to find a way to win.And then things got worse for the Packers as their only healthy offensive tackle, Chad Clifton, went out with an injury. The Packers were suddenly left to bring in pass protection packages which left few slots for receivers.But just as the Union Army began to turn the tide of the war with swift moves at Gettysburg, Green Bay struck hard with a quick score as James Jones hauled in an Aaron Rodgers pass and did the rest himself. It wasn'...
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
RELATED ARTICLES

Packers lose Clifton for 'a number of weeks'

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Green Bay Packers veteran left tackle Chad Clifton will be out "a number of weeks" after suffering "a significant hamstring injury" according to head coach Mike McCarthy. Clifton was injured early in the second quarter of the Packers win in Atlanta on Sunday night. Green Bay's other starting tackle, Bryan Bulaga, has missed the last two...

Hamstring Will Sideline Clifton Indefinitely

Packers coach Mike McCarthy addressed Pro Bowl left tackle Chad Clifton's injured hamstring during his Monday news conference. McCarthy wasn't sure which way he'd go at tackle for Sunday's game against the Rams. That and a few more updates.

Rodgers, Packers rally past Falcons to reach 5-0

Aaron Rodgers threw for 396 yards and a pair of touchdowns, leading the unbeaten Green Bay Packers back from a sluggish start for a 25-14 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday night.

Packers bounce back from slow start to beat Falcons

ATLANTA -- After a sluggish start for Aaron Rodgers and the Super Bowl champs, the result was the same.

Packers accuse Falcons of dirty play, disrespect

Prior to Sunday’s game in Atlanta, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he thinks the Falcons are disrespectful. After Sunday’s game, some of Rodgers’ teammates said their 25-14 victory had done nothing to change their feelings toward the Falcons. Packers defensive end Ryan Pickett said the Falcons were keyed up because they view beating the Packers…

CHFF Game of the Week: Green Bay-Atlanta

The Packers visit the Falcons for a rematch of Green Bay's 48-21 win in the divisional playoffs last year that was Aaron Rodgers' coming out party. This Week 5 clash is the Cold, Hard Football Facts' Game of the Week.

Anatomy of a Comeback – Green Bay Packers edition

Down 14-0 on the road to the team that had the best record in your conference last year is not where you want to find yourself.  It takes a lot from a team to come back and win a game when down two scores in the NFL.  Here is a breakdown of how the Packers pulled off the comeback win in Atlanta Sunday night. So here was the situation, Packers down 14-0 and the ball on their own...
NFL Forum Discussions
2014 Worst Offseason EVER
39 replies, 18 hours ago
He is super producer?
1 replies, 9 days ago
DeSean meeting Coach Kelly
1 replies, 9 days ago
Hello Sanchez! Good bye DeSean!?
1 replies, 9 days ago
Minako Kotobuki Second Live Tour!!
3 replies, 9 days ago
DJ in DC
1 replies, 9 days ago
Allen stay Eagles
3 replies, 9 days ago
Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.