Browns vs Packers: Green Bay's Biggest Winners & Losers from Preseason Week 2

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Browns vs Packers: Green Bay's Biggest Winners & Losers from Preseason Week 2
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The Green Bay Packers lost 35-10 to the Cleveland Browns in the second preseason game of the season. It was a sloppy game all-around for the Packers as they turned the ball over four times.  

Aaron Rodgers got the Packers off to a quick start with a 20-yard touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson, taking advantage of a short-field after a Browns' fumble. From that point on, as Packers' starters filed out of the lineup, it was all Browns as Brandon Weeden, Colt McCoy and Seneca Wallace all looked impressive. 

With a steady attack of running and throwing the football efficiently, the Browns scored 32 straight points before a Mason Crosby field goal made the score 32-10 early in the fourth quarter. 

It's a disappointing result for the Packers, but the highlight of the game is that there were no injuries. Like all preseason games, the most important thing going forward is the player evaluations.   

The Packers travel to play the Cincinnati Bengals next Thursday night, August 23 at 6:00 p.m.

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