Eddie Lacy established the ground game, paving the way to a solid win for the Packers against the Browns, 31-13, at home.
Aaron Rodgers lit up the Browns for three scores on 25 of 36 passing for 260 yards and no interceptions. In comparison, Brandon Weeden did not have as good a day for the Browns, going 17 of 42 with 149 yards passing, one touchdown and one pick.
Lacy was a focal point for the Packers, running at will on the Browns for 82 yards on 22 carries with a touchdown in addition to five receptions for 26 yards. Jarrett Boykin was a weapon for the offense, catching eight passes for 103 yards with a touchdown.
The Green Bay defense was the difference in the victory, allowing only 83 yards rushing and 133 passing while forcing one interception. They got to Weeden for three sacks.
Browns tight end Jordan Cameron gave a standout effort with 55 receiving yards and one touchdown.
The Packers head to Minneapolis next week to face the Vikings (1-4) while the Browns go to Kansas City to play the Chiefs (7-0).
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