When not fumbling the ball, the 28-year-old Flynn finished 10-of-20 for 139 yards and an interception.
Roughly a week after getting released by Buffalo, the Packers signed Flynn on November 12 to get a healthy man under center.
Flynn, who has completed 61.6% of his 211 attempts since debuting in 2008, is a good decision-maker with solid accuracy on intermediate routes.
However, Flynn possesses feeble arm strength and is incapable of spreading the gridiron.
Sitting at 5-6-1 and lagging behind the Lions and Bears in the NFC North, Green Bay’s season is in peril.
Thankfully for Packers fans, Aaron Rodgers is expected to resurface on December 8 when the Atlanta Falcons visit Lambeau Field.
Rodgers’ play will ultimately decide if Green Bay can capture their third consecutive division title.
In regard to the Packers’ current band-aid, Matt Flynn’s bound to soon get fired for a fourth time over a span of eight months.by