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Week 10: Top 3 performance moments

Posted Nov 11, 2013

A quick glance at the highlights from Packers vs. Eagles


NELSON MAKES TOUGH 30-YARD GRAB

With the Packers trailing 10-0 late in the second quarter, QB Scott Tolzien threw deep down the right sideline to WR Jordy Nelson, who made an acrobatic catch over top of the defender and nearly tip-toed the sideline into the end zone. He was out of bounds on the 9-yard line, setting up a field goal before halftime.

BOSTICK HAULS IN 22-YARD TD

The Packers got back into the game late in the third quarter as Tolzien found TE Brandon Bostick wide open down the left sideline for a 22-yard TD that pulled Green Bay within 20-10. It was the first NFL touchdown for both Tolzien and Bostick.

DANIELS GETS SACK, WILLIAMS GETS STRIP

Early in the fourth quarter, with the Packers trailing by two touchdowns, DE Mike Daniels got through for a sack of Eagles QB Nick Foles, and CB Tramon Williams came in and stripped the ball from Foles before he hit the ground. The Packers needed a replay challenge to get the turnover, their first in the last three weeks, giving Green Bay the ball at the Philadelphia 13-yard line. Unfortunately, the offense wasn’t able to convert the takeaway into points.

 
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