Green Bay, Wis.--The Green Bay Packers used their final preseason game to test out their backup quarterbacks. Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien are battling for the job and both of them did their share to give the Packers the 34-14 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Flynn and Tolzien each threw for two touchdowns. Tolzien was the top passing performer for 139 yards, but Flynn was close behind with 102 yards. Flynn hit rookie Davante Adams for a 22-yard touchdown on the Packers' opening drive. Packers’ rookie receiver Jeff Janis made a good case for himself to make the final roster, with a 33-yard touchdown on the first drive of the second quarter. Janis, a seventh-round pick, also had a 62-yard kickoff return. In addition to Rodgers, the Packers also held out starters Eddie Lacy, Jordy Nelson, Clay Matthews, and Julius Peppers.
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