Thursday night's two-game preseason schedule was a nice appetizer for the 12 games to follow over the next two nights. We've already told you what we've learned. Now let's show you with fancy videos.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers actually missed an open Jordy Nelson two times during his brief work. Nelson beat one of the best young cornerbacks in football, Joe Haden, badly on Green Bay's first play from scrimmage. Rodgers' timing was off, but he made up for it a few plays later with this ridiculous toss.
"It's not fair, really," Packers general manager Ted Thompson told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel after the game. "Defensively, you can't do it any better than that."