PHILADELPHIA - Aaron Rodgers threw for 313 yards and two touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers ended a four-game losing streak with a 27-13 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Philadelphia Monday night.
Rodgers hit Davante Adams with both scoring passes in the first half. Adams led the Packers with five receptions for 113 yards.
Jordy Nelson added eight receptions for 91 yards.
After giving up over 40 points to the Titans and Redskins in their last two games, the Packers (5-6) defense limited Carson Wentz and the Eagles (5-6) offense to 292 yards of offense and Ha Ha Clinton Dix' interception was the only turnover in the game for either side.
Green Bay converted on 10 of 14 third down situations.
The Packers won the time of possession battle 35:23 to 24:37.
After a three-game road trip, the Packers return home to Lambeau Field Sunday to face the Houston Texans at noon. The game will be televised on Channel 3.
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