Packers defeat Tennessee Titans 55-7 in final home game of regular season

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GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers are now 11-4 after defeating the Tennessee Titans 55-7 in Green Bay’s final home game of the regular season. 

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw for 342 yards and three touchdowns (caught by Randall Cobb, Greg Jennings and James Jones) before he was pulled from the game in the fourth quarter and replaced by Graham Harrell. 

DuJuan Harris rushed for a touchdown and Ryan Grant broke the stripe twice.

Titans QB Jake Locker was sacked seven times, and was intercepted twice (Sam Shields and Erik Walden).

Cobb sustained an ankle injury in the third quarter. 

The Green Bay Packers led the Tennessee Titans 20-0 at halftime.

Packers’ kicker Mason Crosby kicked two field goals for the Pack at Lambeau Field during the first half of Sunday’s game. 

Early in the game, Rodgers completed a six-yard touchdown run after a six-play, 56-yard drive, before completing a 20-yard throw to Cobb after a 43-yard drive.

Crosby completed a 26-yard field goal in the second quarter. His second field goal, a 46-yard kick bounced off an upright and over the cross bar — but was successful.

Rodgers completed 15 of 25 passes for 152 yards, and Ryan Grant rushed for 47 yards.

Last week in Chicago, the Packers clinched the NFC North crown after defeating division rivals the Chicago Bears 21-13. This was the second straight NFC North title win for the Packers.

The Packers have won two straight NFC North titles for the first time since 2002-04, when the team captured three consecutive divisional crowns. 

This season’s NFC North title marks the Packers’ 20th division crown in franchise history.

At 11-4, the Packers await Sunday night’s game between the 49ers and Seahawks. A Seahawks win would put the Packers in position to clinch the NFC’s No. 2 playoff seed next week in Minnesota.