Aaron Rodgers didn't play much, but was efficient while in the game on Saturday night. The Green Bay Packers finally began the follow-up to their Super Bowl season, facing the Cleveland Browns in an exhibition game in Cleveland. But it's the Browns who hold the upper-hand in the third, leading the Packers by a 24-17 margin.
Rodgers completed 6-8 passes for 74 yards and a touchdown. In the first, he found Greg Jennings for 21 yards and the score as the Packers drew level with the Browns at 7-7. With his limited amount of work in the books, Rodgers gave way to Matt Flynn, who has taken the bulk of the snaps under center for the Packers.
On the other side of the ball, Colt McCoy has been almost perfect, completing 9-10 passes for 130 yards and a touchdown. Peyton Hillis had five carries for 15 yards and a score, which came on a three-yard scamper. Demetrius Williams leads the Browns receivers with three catches for 32 yards.