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PFF ranks 5 PACKER players from recent game;

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PFF ranks 5 PACKER players from recent game;
December 06, 2017 03:45PM
Top 5 Grades:

DI Dean Lowry, 85.2 overall grade

LB Jake Ryan, 84.8 overall grade

CB Josh Hawkins, 84.7 overall grade

Edge Nick Perry, 83.9 overall grade

G Lane Taylor, 83.1 overall grade
Performances of Note:
RB Jamaal Williams, 81.3 overall grade
Williams forced three missed tackles rushing and averaged 3.10 yards after contact per attempt, while he also had a “breakaway” run over 15 yards, and he finished with 113 yards on 21 carries. He was fun to watch as he ran behind Green Bay’s mostly-zone blocking rushing attack mixed in with some downhill power runs that fit his style
QB Brett Hundley, 63.7 overall grade
Hundley finished 13-of-22 with two throwaways and two interceptions, finishing with just 84 yards passing. However, Hundly made plays with his legs as he kept a couple drives alive with his mobility. Green Bay’s offensive script was relatively conservative, relying on the ground game and quick screens in the flat.
DI Dean Lowry, 85.2 overall grade
Lowry’s biggest play came as he had the wherewithal to quickly catch a Jameis Winston fumble, and return it for a touchdown. He also had a sack, two pressures, and a run stop that contributed to probably the best game of his career.
LB Jake Ryan, 84.8 overall grade
Ryan played really well against the pass. He was targeted twice in the game, and both times managed to beat the screen blocker to make a quick tackle as both passes went for a combined two yards. He added two pressures as a pass-rusher, and three stops in run defense, for five defensive stops in the game overall.

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