Starks finished with 10 carries for 112 yards.
Here's what the APC staff thought about the week 6 victory. He threw for 527 yards and five touchdowns, including a screen pass to Andre Johnson that went for a 48-yard game-winning touchdown with 2:30 left in overtime.
"We're a one-two punch team", coach Mike McCarthy told Michael Cohen of the Journal-Sentinel.
A hip injury kept Allen sidelined for much of the second half. Thanks to a stiff Charger defense, the Packers were unable to convert on the turnover. That, ultimately, was the difference in the game. There are still 10 games to play, of course, and the Packers will play six of those on the road, but things are looking good thus far. James Jones has an injured hamstring, and fellow receiver Adams hasn't even reached 100 yards yet this season due to an ankle injury.
Running back James Starks had touchdowns on a 65-yard run and a 5-yard pass in the first quarter.
The offense, meanwhile, bolted to a 17-3 but, unlike last season when it would have mushroomed into a 50-point performance, the offense instead wound up doing just enough.
COACHING: C. The Packers are fortunate to be going into the bye week still unbeaten at 6-0. Chris Ivory ran for 146 yards and a TD on 20 carries for the Jets, who improved to 4-1 for the first time since the 2010 team opened 5-1.
The Packers will have their bye in Week 7 before returning to action in Week 8 with a prime-time matchup at Denver on Sunday, November 1. But when they hit lapped traffic, Logano ran into Kenseth's left rear and sent him for a spin entering Turn 1.
But the Packers came up with their most important stop at the end.
When you're trying to explain to your future children and grandchildren how great Philip Rivers was, this is the game to show them.
The Packers hadn't had a 100-yard rusher all season.
"They actually ran that play earlier", Randall said. But when the Chargers tied the game the Packers came back and scored.
Rivers, as it turned out, was too good for just about any coverage Sunday. They worked around Randall Cobb's badly sprained shoulder.
The Packers led 14-3 at the end of the first quarter today. Aside from them, who scares you? "We're 6-0, but there's room for improvement", Rodgers said, turning at least semi-serious. "Even though he was dinged up, he played through it, and I'm happy for him". Clearly, the breaking point for the offense is being down 3 wide receivers.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis (34) looks for a hole during the first half of an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, October 18, 2015, in Minneapolis.
Philip Rivers deserves a ton of credit. Wait, make that two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. The Packers didn't bring the pass rush they usually do, but it hardly mattered.
Finally, it's time to be concerned about Eddie Lacy. "The young guys are getting a feel for it. I still think we have a long ways to go". I know everybody would like to score 38 points a game, get those blowouts that we had past year. He gets more touches than the other stars on this roster.
Green Bay is off to a 4-0 start at Lambeau Field for the second consecutive season. "I can't blame anybody but myself", Gordon said, via U-T San Diego.
What is worrisome to me is the fact that the Packers continue to be dominated in time of possession.
After San Diego got a 36-yard field goal from Josh Lambo, the Packers went to work again, with Starks bursting 65 yards, bouncing off a defender at the line of scrimmage before spinning to the right and streaking untouched the rest of the way. "We're going to make a few mistakes, but how we come back from it and how we grow as a team moving forward is what's going to make us a decent team". Rarely utilized on offense before Sunday, the second-year pro tapped into his sheer athleticism and speed for big-play contributions of 46 and 33 yards in his lone two receptions.