Sports – Monday, October 14h, 2013
The Packers had to grind out a 19-17 win at
Clay Matthews and Brad Jones on defense but had to adjust on offense when wide
receivers James Jones and Randall Cobb left the game with injuries. Cobbs was a
knee and Jones a shin. The Packer defense did just fine, collecting 5 Joe
Flacco sacks on the day and shutting down the Ravens run game. AJ Hawk had 3 of those five sacks. The Packers
offense took a while to get on track, but finally got in the end zone in the
third quarter when Aaron Rodgers hit Jordy Nelson on 64-yard TD pass. Mason Crosby hit 4 of 5 field goal attempts
for the rest of the scoring. Eddie Lacy
got 120 yards on the ground. Rodgers ended up with 315 yards passing. As for the injuries to the Packers wideouts,
it might not be as serious as it could have been. Early indications are that the team doesn’t
think either injury is season ending. The Packers host the Browns next Sunday at
3:15pm inside Lambeau Field.
Talk Packers tonight at 6pm during In The Huddle with Packers
Davon House and David Bahktiari on KFIZ.
In the NFC North
31-17…The Vikings are 1-4 after the Panthers won in
on Thursday night.
Other NFL games of note, the Chiefs are still unbeaten with
a 24-7 win over the Raiders…Tom Brady threw a TD pass with :05 seconds left to
send New Orleans to their first loss 30-27….The Bengals beat the Bills 27-24…Steelers
19 Jets 6…Philly 31 Tampa Bay 20…The Rams blew out Houston 38-13..Denver 35
Jacksonville 19…Seattle 20 Tennessee 13…SF 32 Arizona 20…Sunday night football
saw Dallas take down Washington 31-16.
Tonight on Monday Night Football the Chargers host Indy. Coverage begins at 7pm on KFIZ.
in both college football polls this week. The Badgers win over Northwestern put
them back in the AP Poll at #25. They
are 26th in the Coaches Poll.
UW travels to
next Saturday night. The kickoff is set
for 7pm on KFIZ.
Brad Keselowski won the NASCAR race in
still leads the Chase For the Championship by four points over Jimmie Johnson.
The Boston Red Sox rallied to 6-5 win over
Championship Series on Sunday night. David
Ortiz hit a grand slam in the 8th to tie the Tigers at 5. The Red Sox then put a run on the board in
the bottom of the 9th to even the best of seven series at 1-1. The NLCS continues in LA tonight as the