Packers beat Saints, 20-10, in second preseason game. Long TD run by No. 3 QB Danny Etling in fourth quarter stretched out lead


GREEN BAY - The Packers dominated their home preseason match Friday night at Lambeau Field, 20-10 over the New Orleans Saints.


QB Jordan Love played the heft of the game and completed 12-of-24 for 113 yards with one TD for a 77.3 passer rating. His TD pass was to WR Romeo Doubs, who had three gets for 24 yards. WR Juwann Winfree additionally had three gets for 41.



On the ground, RB Tyler Goodson had 10 conveys for 42 yards, and RB Patrick Taylor added eight scrambles for 27.


The greatest play of the game came halfway through the final quarter when No. 3 QB Danny Etling went around right end on a read-choice and hustled immaculate 51 yards for a score. It became Green Bay's important lead into a 10-point advantage.


Protectively, LB Ray Wilborn was the Packers' driving tackler with seven complete quits, remembering a sack for a scramble by freshman Saints QB Ian Book, who played the entire game. As of late marked S Micah Abernathy had an interference for the Packers.


Book completed 16-of-28 for 113 yards with one TD, one INT and a 63.5 rating. He likewise mixed multiple times for 49 yards.


Packers quarterback Jordan Love mixed for 11 yards before Patrick Taylor acquired seven yards on two conveys. Love terminated a profound ball to Romeo Doubs on third-and-3 yet the pass fell inadequate.


Ian Book began at quarterback for New Orleans. Packers inside linebacker Isaiah McDuffie had a decent first series, handling Deonte Harty for a 1-yard gain on second-and-13 preceding pursuing down a scrambling Book to compel the Saints to dropkick.


On third-and-4, Taylor got the blitzing inside linebacker to purchase Love sufficient opportunity to hit Juwann Winfree across the center for a 15-yard pickup. Love finished another 15-yard pass on the following play, this chance to newbie Romeo Doubs, to move into Saints' region. Amari Rodgers' 8-yard run off a fly scope moved the Packers to the New Orleans 33. Josiah Deguara got a 11-yard pass off a playaction rollout on first-and-10 from the 30. Taylor got three yards up the center on third-and-2 to lay out up first-and-objective from the Saints' 9. As of late marked kicker Ramiz Ahmed made a 25-yard field objective to put the Packers ahead 3-0 with 2 minutes, 20 seconds left in the main quarter, covering a 14-play, 73-yard drive. Will Lutz made a 59-yard field objective to tie the game at 3 toward the finish of the main quarter.