Aaron Clements FOXSportsWisconsin.com October 17, 2010
For the second straight week, the Green Bay Packers fought and took their opponent into overtime. For the second straight week, the Packers lost the game after giving their offense a chance in the overtime period. Green Bay (3-3) fell to the Miami Dolphins (3-2) Sunday, losing 23-20, the second straight loss for the Packers, and third in their last four games.
The Dolphins dominated the game offensively, winning the time of possession battle by nearly 10 minutes and gaining 381 overall yards. The Packers, playing without NFL sack leader Clay Matthews, were unable to garner any pass rush whatsoever, leaving Dolphins