Rodgers rolls again with 5 TD tosses; Packers go to 3-0
Aaron Rodgers was his usual near-perfect self at home, throwing for 333 yards and five touchdowns in the Packers' 38-28 win over the Kansas City Chiefs at Lambeau Field Monday night.
Rodgers hit Ty Montgomery, Randall Cobb, and James Jones for first half scores, and then found Cobb two more times in the end zone in the second half. Rodgers is now 38-3 in his last 41 starts at Lambeau Field.
The Packers held Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles to just 49 yards, but Charles managed three touchdowns, including two late scores to close the gap late in the game. Davante Adams reaggravated his ankle injury and could be looking at s significant absence, while Eddie Lacy was limited to just 10 carries in the win.
Monday's victory was the Packers' first ever win against the Chiefs at Lambeau Field. Kansas City had won the first three meetings between the two teams in Green Bay.