With quarterback Aaron Rodgers sitting out the preseason opener, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Tennessee Titans 31-17 on Thursday night at Lambeau Field.
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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spent Thursday night observing from the sidelines as Green Bay opened the preseason with a 31-17 victory over the Tennessee Titans at Lambeau Field.
With Aaron Rodgers sitting out the preseason opener, the Packers began gathering evidence for their backup quarterback competition in earnest against the Titans on Thursday night at Lambeau Field.
Not only was Green Bay's new defensive coordinator playing without roughly half his starters, but he didn’t see the point of giving the Chicago Bears’ scouts much to go on in advance of the first game that really counts, on Sept. 9 at Lambeau Field.
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