PFF Packers scores: The best and worst players from the Week 11 loss to the Titans

The Green Bay Packers’ inconsistent passing game and pass defense squandered the defense’s best performance of the season series during Thursday night’s 27-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans.

While the Packers held the Titans to 2.9 yards per carry, Aaron Rodgers couldn’t hit big throws of late and the defense couldn’t stop Ryan Tannehill.

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Based on scores from Pro Football Focus, here are the best and worst performers from the Packers’ Week 11 loss to the Titans:

Top 5 offense

1. LT David Bakhtiari: 77.1
2. WR Randall Cobb: 70.5
3. RT Yosh Nijman: 66.5
4. WR Christian Watson: 66.2
5. RB Aaron Jones: 65.7

Bakhtiari gave up two pressures (both rushes) but also had the team’s highest score for blocking while playing all 61 snaps. Cobb caught all six of his targets (two over 20 yards) and averaged 2.81 yards per touchdown on 26 plays (23 from the hole) , also recovered bump. Najman gave up six pressures and committed a penalty kick. Watson caught another drop but also had another contested catch (on free play) and finished with two points. Jones caught six passes and had the team’s highest receiving score, even though he fumbled once and gave up pressure on the pro passes.

Top 5 defense

1. LB Krys Barnes: 83.1
2. OLB Kingsley Enagbare: 80.8
3. OLB Jonathan Garvin: 79.4
4. OLB Preston Smith: 74.7
5. LB Quay Walker: 73.6

Barnes created four stops (two for a run) and a sack (on a scramble). Enagbare led the team in three pressures and also created two stops against the run. Garvin assisted on three tackles and produced two pressures. Smith had two sacks in the third. Walker led the team with five total stops and four stops against a run, and was credited with a combined sack with Smith.

Down 5 offense

1. TE Tyler Davis: 41.7
2. WR Sammy Watkins: 53.7
3. RG Jon Runyan: 54.2
4. TO Josiah DiGwara: 54.4
5. TE Robert Tonyan: 54.9

Davis only played three shots but missed all three shots. Watkins was targeted twice on 14 tracks but had no catch. Runyan was the team’s lowest rated pass blocker. Deguara averaged as a blocker and did not catch a pass game. Tonian ran 28 plays but caught only two passes on four targets for 19 yards.

Down defense 5

1. S. Rudy Ford: 33.2
2. S Darnell Savage: 54.6
3. DL Jaran Reid: 62.3
4. C.B. Jaire Alexander: 62.5
5. DL Kenny Clark: 65.5

Ford missed a tackle and gave up three completions, including two on first downs. Savage was held accountable on a 31-yard completion to Chig Okonkwo. Reid only had one pressure on 26 pass shots. Alexander gave up three completions for 67 yards, including a late 51-yard bomb to Treylon Burks. Clark had no pressure in 30 rushes and only two passes.

quarterback

Aaron Rodgers: 65.1

Rodgers struggled under pressure, completing only three out of 10 passes for 29 yards on 11 passes squeezed. He was decent but not overly productive with clean pockets and fake play. Of his 24 completions, six were thrown behind the line of scrimmage for an 11-yard gain. He caught two of five passes thrown for 20 yards. Throwing to the middle zone, he had only three of eight passes.

special teams

Kwai Walker, Adrian Amos, Rudy Ford and Tariq Carpenter made special teams tackles, Jonathan Abram committed another punt, Kesian Nixon returned five kickoffs for 108 yards and two catches for 37 yards, including a season 24-yard touchdown. The Packers had an extra point blocked on a low shot by Jack Coco. All four kickoffs were returned by Mason Crosby.

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