GREEN BAY - For much of this season, the Green Bay Packers have won with their remade offense only showing glimpses of what it could be. The offense finally put it together Sunday against the Oakland Raiders, and the results were undeniably positive. With a 42-24 victory, the Packers (6-1) prevailed for the third straight game without top receiver Davante Adams. They've positioned themselves to the point where they're playing more for NFC seeding than a playoff berth, remarkable after only seven games. Best of all was how the Packers won, pulling away so much they were able to insert backup quarterback Tim Boyle late in the fourth quarter. Here are five observations: MVP form Without Adams, Rodgers'
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