All four QBs looked good
Every quarterback led a scoring drive. When a team puts up 51 points, it’s impressive. What makes the 51 points even more impressive is knowing four different quarterbacks led the team to a score.
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Brett Hundley looked good again. Hundley made quick reads and showed a better feel for the pass rush than he ever did last year. It could just be something about the Steelers that brings it out of Hundley. But it’s easy to see after back-to-back good performances, Hundley is more comfortable in the Packers offense.
Not to be out done was DeShone Kizer. Kizer threw two touchdown passes, including a beautiful fade route to Robert Tonyan. Kizer looked much better than he did last week and is going to give the Packers a tough choice to make when deciding the backup QB for 2018.
Kumerow continues his summer dominance
Jake Kumerow continued to build on his bid for a roster spot. Kumerow hauled in a pass on an out route and took it the distance for an 82-yard touchdown. Kumerow only had two more catches in the game, but finished tied for a game-high 114 yards.
He left the game with what was described as a stinger in his shoulder, so it shouldn’t be a long-term injury. It seems that with a solid showing in the final two preseason games, Kumerow will have his spot on the roster secured.