Packers' 99-yard TD drive was special in several ways

QB Aaron Rodgers’ 400th TD pass capped first length-of-the-field drive in 11 years

WR Davante Adams

GREEN BAY – The Packers hadn't put together a 99-yard touchdown drive since way back in 2009, at Cleveland.

So it's easy to pick a first-in-more-than-a-decade achievement as the Chevy Drive of the Week from Sunday's 30-16 victory over the Eagles.

Backed up to their own 1-yard line in the third quarter, leading 14-3, the Packers did not play conservatively. Not at all.

On the first snap, QB Aaron Rodgers faked a handoff and heaved one deep down the middle for WR Davante Adams, who made a spectacular sprawling catch between two Philadelphia defenders, good for 42 yards.

From there, RB Aaron Jones had a run and reception good for a total of 7 yards before Rodgers fired to WR Allen Lazard's back shoulder down the Green Bay sideline for a 31-yard gain.

That put the ball in the red zone. Jones then ran twice for 10 yards to make it first-and-goal, when Rodgers checked out of a run and quickly fired to Adams in the flat.

Working alone against Eagles CB Darius Slay, Adams fought his way with a stiff-arm across the goal line for a 9-yard touchdown, which also happened to be the 400th TD pass of Rodgers' career.

Seven plays, 99 yards, and one heck of a milestone, as Rodgers became the seventh QB in league history to reach 400 TD throws, but he did it in the fewest games (193) and with the fewest interceptions (88).