Five Takeaways from Green Bay's 45-38 win over the Chargers:
1. Another win, but another close call
A 21-point lead with 10 minutes left in the game should not need to be won with a final-minute defensive stop, but that was the case for the Packers in San Diego. Aaron Rodgers threw his fourth touchdown of the game to take a 45-24 lead with 10 minutes to go, and it was all smiles and laughs on Green Bay's sideline. But instead of putting the game away, the Packers let the Chargers make it a close call. This happened for Green Bay in their previous game in Minnesota, as well. In that Week 7 game, the Packers were up by 16 entering the fourth quarter, but it took six great runs by James Starks in the final two minutes to put it away.
San Diego's late comeback started with an 80-yard touchdown drive in less than three minutes, including passing plays by Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers of 31, 20 and 16 yards. That was followed up with an onside kick in which Packers receiver Jordy ...