"I thought Darrien (Gordon) did a nice job when called upon," Packer coach Mike Sherman said. "The first one was tough, he didn't get a lot of blocking on that, the gunner was right there on top of him, but the second and third one he had some very nice returns, did a nice job, made someone miss. That's what you need to do in order to be a good return man."
Gordon's 23-yard return from deep in Green Bay territory gave Green Bay good field position mid-way through the second quarter. Brett Favre and the Packers capitalized on the good start, as the drive ended in a Ryan Longwell field goal.
On kickoffs, Tony Fisher continued to do everything he can to earn a spot on this team. He had two nearly identical returns for 45 yards. Charles Lee brought a kickoff back 21 yards and Rondell Mealey also added an 8-yard return.
Fisher opened the second half with a 23-yard return, setting Green Bay up at their own 30 to open the drive which eventually ended in a touchdown.