Field Report: Packers 27, Jaguars 23

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The Packers opened up their 2016 season in beautiful Jacksonville, Florida. I'll put the over/under on the percentage of fans attending the game who got a sunburn at 80%.

The two teams helped hold a field-sized flag on the fifteenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

First Quarter

The Packers opened the game on a high note. Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles was intercepted by Packers linebacker Joe Thomas, and Aaron Rodgers did his 'discount double check' celebration after a rushing touchdown.

Second Quarter

Jacksonville refused to let Green Bay roll. The Jaguars matched the Packers score for score. Had it not been for a miraculous Aaron Rodgers to Davante Adams touchdown grab at the conclusion of the quarter, Jacksonville would have taken a lead into halftime.

Third Quarter

As the game wore on, the heat took a toll on both sides. The Packers started a massive nine-plus minute drive that helped secure the time of possession battle.

Fourth Quarter

The afternoon wore on, and the score remained close. The Packers settled for a field goal deep in Jaguars territory. Jacksonville mounted a last-second effort to win the game, but a bubble screen on fourth-and-one was stopped by corner Damarious Randall and linebacker Joe Thomas.

About that last play

The internet exploded with reactions after the Jaguars were unable to convert a fourth-and-one at the end of the game.

Post Game Analysis

Let's dig into some of the best reactions from around Twitter.

Head coach Mike McCarthy's post game press conference

Aaron Rodgers' post game press conference

Injury report

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