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Aaron Jones ran back and found the net four times and defeated the Green Bay Packers Detroit Lions 35-17 Monday night at Lambeau Field.

This is a victory that will delight FC Wisconsin fans, who had every reason to worry after the first week of activities. During this, the Pack (1-1) 38-3 were humiliated against the New Orleans Saints.

In this duel, quarterback Aaron Rodgers gave a dismal performance. The 37-year-old veteran performed much better against the Lions, completing 22 of 27 passes for 255-yard gains and four touchdowns.

Three of his four assists were to Jones. This was the first time in his career that the sprint scored so many landings through the air. The number 33 players also crossed the goal line in one run. Jones finished his fight with 67 yards and 48 yards.

Davante Adams also had a good game. The wide receiver got his hands on eight balls for 121 yards.

In the Lions (0-2), Jared Goff had 26 of 36 throws for 246 yards and two touchdowns. He was also a victim of theft. The Michigan team was three points ahead after two quarters, but couldn’t keep up with Jones’ train in the second half.

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