Gameday Coverage Recap: Falcons at Packers

Posted Dec 8, 2013

Take a look at our entire coverage from the Falcons' 22-21 loss to the Packers on Sunday.

The Falcons looked right at home on the frozen Lambeau Field tundra in the first half against the Packers, but after taking a 21-10 lead into halftime, the Packers rallied in the second half and ultimately prevailed 22-21.

Game Highlights

RB Steven Jackson breaks free and takes off for a 22-yard run in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Packers.

WR Drew Davis glides into the end zone amid some snow after a 36-yard run to tie the game at 7-7 with the Packers in the second quarter.

S William Moore sacks Packers quarterback Matt Flynn from behind and DE Malliciah Goodman recovers to give the Falcons the ball deep in Green Bay territory in the second quarter of Sunday's game.

TE Tony Gonzalez gets open in the end zone to score a 2-yard touchdown pass and put the Falcons up 14-7 over the Packers in the second quarter.

LB Paul Worrilow deflects a Matt Flynn pass by kicking it into the arms of Sean Weatherspoon, who takes the interception 71-yards for a touchdown and puts the Falcons up 21-10 going into halftime.


Head coach Mike Smith and quarterback Matt Ryan talk about how missed chances proved costly for the Falcons in their 22-21 loss to the Packers on Sunday.

LB Sean Weatherspoon breaks down the teamwork that went into his incredible 71-yard touchdown that came after Paul Worrilow inadvertently kicked the ball into his arms.

After filling in for Thomas DeCoud, Zeke Motta talks about his first time playing in Lambeau Field and the great game he and the Falcons had despite not being able to put up a win.

DE Jonathan Massaquoi said the Falcons overcame their challenges well against the Packers but weren't able to finish strong in the second half, something they're continually working to improve.

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