The Packers won on Sunday in OT against the Buccaneers 26-20. They did so despite a poor performance from their starting quarterback Brett Hundley.
Rookie running back Jamaal Williams carried the Packers offense rushing 21 times for 113 yards and a TD. Huntly did do well on the ground rushing seven times for 66 yards but he failed to create offense through the air.
He completed 13 of 22 passes for 84 yards and an interception. That performance led to a series of boos being directed in the quarterback’s direction. He says it doesn’t really bother him though.
I don’t even listen to it, to be honest. It’s just white noise. At the end of the day, it’s just us. Nobody is going to be more disappointed than we are because we’re the ones busting out but all week. It is what it is
Huntley took over in Week 6 for Aaron Rodgers after he suffered a broken collarbone. Since then his play has been inconsistent. He has looked good at times and then will have a game like this past Sunday.
He needs to pick up his play at home in Green Bay. He has completed 59 percent of his passes at Lambeau Filed but has also thrown zero TDs and five interceptions.
The Packers playoff hopes are still alive but they will have to win out and hope that Rodgers can make a return in late December against the Panthers. They play this Sunday against the lowly Browns.