Packers beat Saints, 20-10, in second preseason game
The Packers won their home preseason match Friday night at Lambeau Field, 20-10 over the New Orleans Saints.
QB Jordan Love played the greater part 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 dashed immaculate 51 yards for a score.
It became Green Bay's noteworthy 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 new kid on the block Saints QB Ian Book, who played the entire game.
As of late marked S Micah Abernathy had a capture attempt for the Pack
Book completed 16-of-28 for 113 yards with one TD, one INT and a 63.5 rating. He additionally mixed multiple times for 49 yards.