Kansas City, Mo. – The Packers' 2022 preseason ended Thursday night at Arrowhead Stadium with a 17-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Green Bay's preseason record was 1–2, and the first game of the regular season is set for Sept. 11 at Minnesota.
Jordan Love played until the end of the third quarter. He completed 16 of 26 passes for 148 yards and had one interception, which happened when he threw
downfield at the end of the first half. Tyler Goodson scored a touchdown for the Packers by running 24 yards. He had a total of 28 yards on seven carries.
Running back Patrick Taylor added 34 yards on seven carries, and wide receiver Amari Rodgers got 17 yards on three carries.
In the passing game, Rodgers caught four passes for 39 yards, and Goodson caught five passes for 26 yards. WR Samori Toure caught six passes for 83 yards,
the most of any receiver, and No. 3 QB Danny Etling completed 10 of 13 passes for 97 yards. In the second quarter, the Packers had a great chance for a touchdown
when they got to the 1-yard line twice on the same drive. However, penalties kept them from scoring, so they had to settle for a field goal instead.
On the last drive, Etling got the offence to the Kansas City 19-yard line, but a pass on fourth down with 34 seconds left was incomplete.
On defence, the Chiefs made two big plays that led to two touchdowns. TEX Matt Bushman scored a 54-yard touchdown because the defence failed to cover
him, and WR Daurice Fountain was left alone in the flat for a 29-yard gain to get inside the 5-yard line. Bushman caught a short TD pass to end that drive.
The Packers won the first toss of the coin and chose to receive the ball. When playing against Kansas City's starting players, Jordan Love and the Packers'
offence went three-and-out after Tyler Goodson was tackled a yard short of the first down.
On Kansas City's first possession, Green Bay's defence forced them to punt when rookie linebacker Quay Walker tackled Jerick McKinnon in the open field on third-and-9.