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Week 7: Top 3 performance moments

Posted Oct 22, 2013

A quick glance at the highlights from Packers vs. Browns


FINLEY BREAKS THREE TACKLES FOR TD

To cap the opening drive of the game, Packers TE Jermichael Finley caught a short swing pass in the flat, spun away from one tackle and broke two more tackles on his way to a 10-yard touchdown that put the Packers ahead, 7-0.


HOUSE NABS FIRST CAREER INT

Facing fourth-and-1 from the Green Bay 37-yard line on their second possession of the game, the Browns decided to go for it. But Packers CB Davon House stepped in front of QB Brandon Weeden’s pass intended for WR Davone Bess and intercepted it, House’s first career pick.


BOYKIN SCORES FIRST PRO TD, GOES OVER 100 YARDS

Having come up one yard short of the end zone on the Packers’ previous possession, WR Jarrett Boykin was not to be denied a second time in the fourth quarter. Catching a 20-yard pass, Boykin powered through a tackler and reached the ball out for the goal line as he was going down, scoring his first NFL TD and surpassing 100 yards receiving on the day.

 
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