It's hard not to give the quarterbacks a good grade when all three of them put together a passer rating over 100.
Rodgers started out a little shaky on his first two drives, missing several targets and getting sacked, as well, but both of these could be partially attributed to the wide receiving corps and offensive line, respectively.
Once Rodgers and the Packers offense entered the no huddle, however, they regained their form, and Rodgers led the team down the field for a touchdown pass before being taken out of the game for Matt Flynn.
Like he did in Cleveland, Flynn led the Packers down the field on a drive at the end of the half that would result in a touchdown and a 14-6 lead. In the fourth quarter, he would unleash a 97-yard touchdown pass to Chastin West that would give them a 21-20 lead, before being replaced by Graham Harrell.
Although Harrell struggled in Cleveland, he performed much better this time around, completing seven of nine passes for 81 yards and a touchdown pass that would extend the Packers' lead to 28-20.
Although the Packers offense did struggle at times, all of the quarterbacks put up good numbers and didn't turn the ball over. As a result, they earned high marks for the night.