GREEN BAY, Wis. – Game-opening drives weren’t the Green Bay Packers’ thing in the regular season. That changed on their first drive of the postseason.
After scoring only three opening-drive touchdowns in the regular season — six fewer than they had the year before — the Packers marched down the field to open Saturday’s NFC divisional game against the San Francisco 49ers.
It featured a whole lot of Davante Adams — three catches for 35 yards — with some Aaron Jones (a 19-yard catch and run) and AJ Dillon, who capped with a 6-yard touchdown run.
The Packers were outscored by 33 in the first quarter in the regular season, the sixth-worst total in the NFL.
— NFL (@NFL) January 23, 2022