Photos From The Green Bay Packers vs Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Football Game.
Today, I got what I would say is my favorite NFL photo in the past five or six years. The shot is the top one in the blog of Donald Driver doing a Leambeau Leap. I love the interaction of Driver with the fans, the look in his eyes and his tongue. What makes the photo even more special is Driver may be in his last year in the NFL and he has taken a lesser roll in the offense. So when he finally found the end zone, it was really cool; he was one happy guy.
Today I had to split my time between shooting the game and editing. I didn’t get as many shots that I loved as usual, but the ones I liked I really liked. The second shot in the blog of the sun reflecting into coach Mike McCarthy’s face I really like. Maybe it’s a photographer thing, but I just love the way the shot is lit.
The first picture I edited today is the last one in the blog and kind of sums up the game. The Packers defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-15, but to me it was kind of a yawner.
Thanks for looking!
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver celebrates a touchdown after doing a Lambeau Leap
Sun reflects back into the face of Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers throws a touchdown pass to wide receiver Randall Cobb as Jacksonville Jaguars middle linebacker Paul Posluszny and linebacker Julian Stanford defend.
Jacksonville Jaguars middle linebacker Paul Posluszny tackles Green Bay Packers running back Alex Green.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers eludes Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Terrance Knighton.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis tries to catch a pass between Green Bay Packers’ Brad Jones (59) , M.D. Jennings (43) and Morgan Burnett (42).
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb tries to get away from Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback William Middleton.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams defends a pass intended for Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts.
Chad Bolick yawns as he and Chad Ruby wait for the start of an NFL football game between the Green Bay Packers and Jacksonville Jaguars.
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