By Nick Freimuth
The Packers Never Trailed in a 27-13 win in Philadelphia last night on Monday Night Football. Aaron Rodgers returned to his MVP form completing 30 of 39 passes for 313 yards and two touchdowns. He spread the ball around to his top three receivers evenly. Jordy Nelson had eight receptions for 91 yards. Randall Cobb was a first down machine and finished with six receptions. Davante Adams played maybe his best game of his career. He tallied five receptions for 113 yards including two touchdown catches.
The running game is slowly coming back as well. Aaron Rodgers was not the leading rusher for the first time in a couple weeks. James Starks carried the ball 14 times for 41 yards in the win. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix also made a sensational play to seal the win. His interception was one of the few takeaways the Packers have mustered during the difficult month of November.
The Packers are back home Sunday for a noon kickoff with the Houston Texans. Green Bay is two games behind the Lions and a game back of Minnesota in the race for the NFC North Division Championship.