​The Green Bay Packers pulled out a victory against the San Francisco 49ers in what turned out to be an offensive shootout...just like everyone expected.


​Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was able to work his way down the field and allow Mason Crosby to kick the game-winning field goal to improve Green Bay's record to 3-2-1.


For Davante Adams, winning is the most important thing for him, but he'd prefer if every week wasn't absolutely bonkers.

​​We're sure Packers fans share that feeling.


Green Bay did have one easy victory this season, and that was a 22-0 win over the Bills in Week Week 4. However, the Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 24-23 in the season opener, tied the Vikings in a pretty crazy affair, nearly came back from a huge deficit against the Lions last week, and beat the 49ers 33-30 on Monday night.


The Packers appear to have everything clicking, with Adams serving as the focal point in the offense, complemented by Randall Cobb, Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, J'Mon Moore, and Equanimeous St. Brown. Against San Francisco, Adams caught 10 passes for 132 yards and ​two touchdowns.

Adams may not get his wish for some easy victories because after their Week 7 bye the Packers' first two opponents are the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots.