Jets vs. Packers Week 2 Game Predictions from All Green Bay Packers All the Time
Week 2: New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers
Name Record To-Date This Week’s Pick Score Prediction
Kris Burke 1-0 Green Bay Packers 28-24
 The Jets are not nearly as bad as they are made out to be.  Their front seven could give the Packers fits though it’s not as tough as the Seahawks.  Look to see Rodgers and Lacy regain their mojo as the Packers lead throughout and the Jets score in the fourth quarter in “too little, too late” time.
“Jersey” Al Bracco 1-0 Green Bay Packers 31-20
The Jets have been a bit of an overlooked team, and while we have to remember they only beat Oakland last week, I think they will the Packers trouble until GB decides to air it out in the fourth quarter. Jets front seven are strong, but not the secondary…
Adam Czech 1-0 Green Bay Packers 27-20
 It won’t be the dominant bounceback win Packers fans would like to see after getting stomped in the opener, but it’ll be a win. The Jets have a good defense, a mobile QB and strong running game. All three give the Packers fits. Thankfully, the Packers are much  more talented and will prevail.
Thomas Hobbes 0-1 Green Bay Packers  31-20
 After a tough opener, the Green Bay Packers get to show their true colors. While the Jets have an underrated defense, they simply won’t be able to match the Packers offense, especially through the air.  Geno Smith likely gets some points on a Packers defense that has something to prove, but in the end Geno is no Aaron.
Chad Toporski 0-1 Green Bay Packers 34-23
Sure, the Jets will run the ball, but when Aaron Rodgers throws it for a couple touchdowns, they’ll have to abandon that game. The Packers will have us back on the high side by Monday.
Jason Perone 1-0 Green Bay Packers 24-20
 The Packers get the win and back on track after a tough week one.  It won’t be easy, however.  The Jets defensive front will give the Packers offensive line its share of problems but with Eddie Lacy active, the Packers are able to neutralize it just enough to score more points.  Expect a more aggressive Packers defense as well.
Jay Hodgson 1-0 Green Bay Packers 31-24
 The Jets are hurting in the secondary, and the Packers are looking to make a statement through the air after being held in check against the Seahawks. If the Packers can stop the Jets’ pass rush and slow down their power run game, they’ll win.
Cory Jennerjohn 1-0 Green Bay Packers 34-20
 This is arguably the best defensive front seven the Packers will face all year. This unit allowed only 88 rushing yards a game in 2013 and likely will keep any ground attack halted. The good news is that the Jets’ secondary is weak and untested — a perfect combination for quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Packers who are ticked off after getting blown out in Week 1.
Andy Burch 0-1 Green Bay Packers 28-24
 There won’t be much running room for the Packers, and it appears that the Jets will have plenty of running room against the Packers run defense. Aaron Rodgers is best after he has a bad game and the Jets have no proven cornerbacks. The Jet’s pass rush will probably rattle Rodgers but not enough for the jets to get a win.



Chad Toporski, a Wisconsin native and current Pittsburgh resident, is a writer for You can follow Chad on twitter at @ChadToporski


6 thoughts on “Jets vs. Packers Week 2 Game Predictions from

  1. Stop the Jets running game and the Packers win this one going away. The jets have a strong front 7 but the Packers have too many weapons to be stopped by the Jets defense, especially with Lacy in the game. If the Jets blitz, Rodgers will pick them apart. I like the Pack with 10 days rest, playing at home with a chip on their shoulders after Seattle, against a mostly one dimensional opponent, Pack 30-13. Thanks, Since ’61

  2. “While the Jets have an underrated defense, they simply won’t be able to match the Packers offense, especially through the air.”
    Well now, many of us agree with you on that. Someone please send that idea to MM.

  3. Things should go the packers way if they can get an early lead and force the jets into their passing game.

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