Packers beat Saints in second preseason game
The Packers defeated the New Orleans Saints 20-10 in their home preseason game on Friday night at Lambeau Field.
The majority of the game was played by QB Jordan Love, who ended 12-of-24 for 113 yards and one TD with a 77.3 passer rating.
Romeo Doubs, a wide receiver, caught his TD pass and had three catches for 24 yards.
RB Tyler Goodson and RB Patrick Taylor each had eight rushes for a combined 42 yards on the ground.
Midway through the fourth quarter, No. 3 QB Danny Etling sprinted around the right end on a read-option, making it the biggest play of the game.
The final stats for Book were 16 of 28 for 113 yards, one TD, one INT, and a 63.5 rating. For an additional 49 yards, he scrambled seven times.
The first coin toss was won by New Orleans, who chose to defer.
Close end Sal Cannella gained 13 yards to the Saints' 46 after receiving a short throw into the flat upfield. Green Bay's effort could only go so far, though.