GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It was the type of dominant performance that showed just how good the Packers can be. A 55-7 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon displayed a balanced offense that couldnt be stopped and an aggressive defense that controlled the game.
It was the most points scored by the franchise since 1983. Had it not been for a Tennessee touchdown in the final two minutes, it would have been Green Bays largest margin of victory ever.
And unlike last season, when a 15-1 regular season record allowed the Packers to coast easily into the playoffs (which resulted in an early postseason exit), Green Bay is starting to get hot now, when it matters most.
"It was a statement game for us," wide receiver Greg Jennings said. "I think guys wanted to come out and continue to establish momentum. We talk about going in full head of steam and you cant let games like this creep up on you, and you have to take advantage of it."
The Titans (5-10) are not a team heading to the pos...