Aaron Rodgers was back to his best as the Green Bay Packers snapped a four-game losing streak to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-13 in the NFL.
Rodgers threw for 313 yards and two touchdown passes, both of which went to Davante Adams, as the Packers kept their slim play-off hopes alive by moving to 5-6 on the season – two games behind the Detroit Lions in the NFC North.
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As for the Eagles, rookie QB Carson Wentz had 254 yards passing and rushed for one score but the Packers defence stepped up to make sure the game never got close down the stretch.
The Eagles now drop to 5-6 in an NFC East that is being dominated by the 10-1 Dallas Cowboys.