GREEN BAY, Wis. - Skip the rest of the preseason. The Green Bay Packers offense seems ready for some real games.
"I think we're ready. I think it's been a good preseason. Scored some points, moved the ball," Rodgers said. "We have 13 days until the game."
Moore lifted a thumb to acknowledge a crowd that gave him a standing ovation while he was taken off on a stretcher. He had tests at a hospital before returning to Lambeau Field.
"I don't know what kind of timeline that means, but obviously the most encouraging thing is that Sio's fine," Allen said.
A first-team defense that allowed three touchdown drives in four possessions in the first two preseason games had its ups and down against Rodgers, who finished 9 of 20 for 139 yards playing into the second quarter.
Lacy just played in the first series, but the 2013 Offensive Rookie of the Year had the Raiders on their heels. He finished with six rushes for 36 yards and the touchdown.
A Raiders defense that allowed an average of 89.5 yards over the first weeks allowed 78 in the first half.
"It's a long season, so with three backs we should be able to stay fresh and be able to go fast the whole season," Lacy said.
The game inched along by the middle of the third quarter with the Packers up by three scores and backups littering both lineups.
"Yeah, really our No. 1 defense, we had that big play we gave up. Other than that, I thought we dominated the line of scrimmage," coach Mike McCarthy said.
Green Bay did lose defensive lineman B.J. Raji to an arm injury. He remained on the sideline for much of the game with a black sleeve on his arm, and McCarthy said Raji "felt confident" about the injury.
"We better be close to being ready for the regular season here shortly," Schaub said. "Got off to a good start ... and then you know, we sort of stubbed our toe a few times there, especially in the second quarter."
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