Studs and duds from Packers' 42-24 win over Raiders in Week 7

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Studs and duds from Packers' 42-24 win over Raiders in Week 7
Studs and duds from Packers' 42-24 win over Raiders in Week 7

The Green Bay Packers scored six touchdowns and prevented the Oakland Raiders from scoring inside the red zone three times during Sunday's 42-24 win at Lambeau Field. The victory improved Matt LaFleur's team to 6-1 after seven games. Here are the studs and duds from the Packers' win in Week 7: QB Aaron Rodgers: For much of the last month, Rodgers has been playing an excellent brand of football. On Sunday, the quality of the performance was accurately reflected by the statistics. He completed over 80 percent of his passes, averaged 13.8 yards per attempt, produced six total touchdowns and hit six different receivers for gains of 20 or more yards. It'd be unfair to say Matt LaFleur has “reprogrammed”

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