The Green Bay Packers snap a four game losing streak with a 27-13 win at Philadelphia Monday night. The Packers never trailed as they went 75 yards for a touchdown on the game’s opening drive and then another 75 yards on their next possession, both ending in touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers to Davante Adams. Rodgers passed for 313 yards and no interceptions while playing through a tight hamstring he suffered early in the game, and he was not sacked, while Eagles’ rookie Q-B Carson Wentz was sacked four times, threw for 254 yards with one pick, and had a short run for Philly’s only T-D during its first drive. Adams had five catches for 113 yards, James Starks had 17 carries for 41 yards, and the Packers held the ball almost eleven minutes longer than Philly as both teams are now 5-6. Outside linebacker Clay Matthews went back inside and had one sack, and he hurt a shoulder early but returned as the third place Pack moved to within two games of first place Detroit in the N-F-C North.