Brett Hundley impressive in Packers' 31-17 exhibition win over Titans

Aug 10, 2018 | by Ryan Wood, Green Bay Press-Gazette

GREEN BAY – Not long after the misery subsided, and Brett Hundley’s season from hell was over, the Green Bay Packers quarterback locked himself in the film room.

He could’ve burned that 2017 tape. There weren’t many positives to build on. By his own head coach’s admission, Hundley was caught unprepared for the opportunity when Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone.

Instead, Hundley said, he retraced each painful mistake, intent to learn from them.

“Having actual game footage,” Hundley said, “you can pick apart certain things. Now, when you’re out there training, understand the reads, the looks and stuff like that, because you’ve been through it.”

In the Packers' 31-17 exhibition win over the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night, Hundley appeared to put into practice some of the lessons he saw on tape this offseason. He finished 9-for-14 for 108 yards with one touchdown, one interception and a 81.9 rating before his night ended with a little more than four minutes left in the second quarter.

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