By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
In this post, we’ll look back on the Green Bay Packers 2019 season in this Season In Review. The Packers finished with a 13-3 regular season record under first-year head coach Matt LaFleur.
Their season came to an end in the NFC Conference Championship game. They were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers, 37-20.
Green Bay’s offense averaged 23.5 points per game, which was 15th-best in the league. Their defense was better, as they gave up 19.6 points per contest, which was the ninth-best of the 32 teams.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers led the team with a 13-3 mark in the regular season. He also went 353 of 569 for 4,002 yards, while throwing 26 touchdown passes and four interceptions.
Tim Boyle barely even played last season, as he appeared in three games. He went 3 of 4 for 15 yards.
Aaron Jones led the team with 236 carries for 1,084 yards and 16 touchdowns. Jamaal Williams also had a significant impact with 107 carries for 460 yards and one touchdown.
Davante Adams led the Packers with 83 receptions for 997 yards and five touchdowns. There was more than a 500-yard difference between Adams and the rest of the receiving core.
Allen Lazard had 35 receptions for 477 yards and three touchdowns. Jones was next with 49 receptions for 474 yards and three touchdowns.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling also has a significant impact with 26 receptions for 452 yards and two touchdowns. Jimmy Graham had 38 receptions for 447 yards and three touchdowns.
Blake Martinez led the team with 155 tackles last season. In fact, he had 71 more tackles than the second place finisher, Adrian Amos.
Za’Darius Smith led the team with 17 tackles for a loss and 37 quarterback hits. He also led the team with 13.5 sacks.
Kevin King led the team with five interceptions. Darnell Savage led the team with two forced fumbles.
Tramon Williams also led the team with two fumble recoveries. Jaire Alexander had a team-high 17 pass deflections.
Tremon Smith returned a team-high 13 kickoff returns for 303 yards. Darrius Shepherd, Tyler Ervin, Chandon Sullivan, and Williams also returned kickoffs in 2019.
Ervin had a team-high 11 punt returns for 106 yards. Smith, Shepherd, and Trevor Davis also returned punts in 2019.
Mason Crosby went 22 of 24 in field goal attempts. He missed one from the 40-49 range and an additional field goal attempt from 50+ yards.
He also missed one extra point, as he was 40 of 41 on the season.
JK Scott had 77 punts on the season for 3,386 yards. He averaged 44 yards per punt.
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