AJ Dillon 2022 - 2023 Post Game Stats & Recaps
January 23, 2023
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Statline: 9 CAR, 33 RUSH YARDS
AJ Dillon broke his 5 week streak of rushing touchdowns as his Green Bay Packers lost a critical game to the Detroit Lions that ultimately sealed their playoff fate. Green Bay split AJ Dillon and Aaron Jones’ carries very equally throughout the season and the same could be said here as the two backs played 33 and 31 of the Packers’ 60 offensive snaps in the game. AJ Dillon finishes his 2022-2023 season with 770 rushing yards, 7 touchdowns, and 28 receptions for 206 yards.
Statline: 12 CAR, 41 RUSH YARDS, 1 RUSH TD
AJ Dillon handled 12 carries for the Packers against Minnesota and was able to punch in a touchdown in the red zone in the 4th quarter. The Green Bay Packers had no problems with Minnesota, blowing the Vikings out in a lopsided 41-17 win in Week 18 that pushed Green Bay further into playoff contention. The Packers now have a must-win game against the Detroit Lions to cement their push into the playoffs, and will likely rely heavily on AJ Dillon and Aaron Jones to get this done.
Statline: 11 CAR, 36 RUSH YARDS, 1 REC, 7 REC YARDS, 1 RUSH TD
The Green Bay Packers and running back AJ Dillon continue their late playoff push with a thrilling road victory over the Miami Dolphins last Sunday, 26-20. The win keeps the Packers’ playoff hopes alive at 7-8 where they’re on the bubble in the 10th seed but a lot can happen over the last two games to push them into the postseason if they win out. For Dillon, it was another gritty game and his overall impact was felt as he scored Green Bay’s second TD to pull them into a 20-20 tie with Miami in the third quarter. On the day, Dillon rushed 11 times for 36 yards, including the one-yard TD score to go along with a seven-yard reception for a total of 43 all-purpose yards on the day.
Statline: 11 CAR, 36 RUSH YARDS, 3 REC, 35 REC YARDS, 2 RUSH TDS
On a freezing Monday night at Lambeau Field, AJ Dillon and the Green Bay Packers beat the Los Angeles Rams 24-12n to keep their playoff hopes alive by moving to 6-8. For Dillon, it marked another strong overall performance as he recorded a total of 71 all-purpose yards including 36 on the ground to go with two TD runs. Dillon also added another three receptions for 35 yards, helping the Green Bay offense to 345 total yards on the night. While he didn’t rack up a ton of yards on the ground, his one-yard and eight-yard TD runs were enough all on their own to beat the Rams on Monday Night Football. Dillon now has 634 yards and three TDs on the year and another 159 yards receiving.
Statline: BYE WEEK
Statline: 18 CAR, 93 RUSH YARDS, 3 REC, 26 REC YARDS, 1 RUSH TD
The Green Bay Packers and running back AJ Dillon got back into the wins column Sunday after defeating the Chicago Bears 28-19 on the road in Soldier Field to snap a two-game losing streak. The Packers improved to 5-8 behind 93 hard-earned yards by AJ Dillon on 18 carries for 5.2 yards per carry. Dillon would also score on a crucial 21-yard TD run in the fourth quarter to bring the Packers within two points and contributed three receptions for 28 yards, giving him 121 all-purpose yards on the afternoon.
Statline: 8 CAR, 64 RUSH YARDS, 1 RUSH TD, 3 REC, 24 REC YARDS
Running back AJ Dillon and the Green Bay Packers team lost their second game in a row on Sunday night to the Philadelphia Eagles, 40-33. The loss dropped the Packers to 4-8, 1-5 on the road, and third place in the NFC North, continuing what has been a disappointing season for Green Bay. All was not lost for Dillon on Sunday night, however, as he had one of his best games of the season in front of a national audience to the tune of 64 yards on eight carries along with three receptions for another 24 yards. In all, Dillon tallied 88 all-purpose yards and scored the Packers’ first touchdown of the game with a 20-yard run in the first quarter.
Statline: 6 CAR, 13 RUSH YARDS, 1 REC, 10 REC YARDS
While running back AJ Dillon and the Green Packers snapped their five-game losing streak last Sunday to the Dallas Cowboys, they picked up yet another loss on Thursday night 27-17 to the Tennessee Titans. Trying their best to get the running game going, Green Bay handed off the ball to both Dillon and Aaron Jones but neither was able to do much with it as the team was held to a mere 56 yards rushing and no touchdowns on the night. For Dillon, it was another lackluster performance as the offensive line couldn’t open up any holes against the Titans’ tough defensive front with the running back only managing to gain 13 yards on six carries while hauling it one completion for 10 yards.
Statline: 13 CAR, 65 RUSH YARDS
After five consecutive losses dating back to October 9th, running back AJ Dillon and his Green Bay Packers finally got back into the win column with a hard-fought 31-28 victory over the Dallas Cowboys at Lambeau Field. With the offense sputtering during their five-game losing streak, the Packers finally opened things up Sunday with a strong running game behind AJ Dillon and Aaron Jones’ combined 203 yards on the ground. Although Dillon wasn’t able to score, his punishing runs wore down the Cowboys’ great defense to the tune of 65 yards on 13 carries. 21 of those yards came on Green Bay’s game-tying touchdown drive in the fourth quarter to help send the game to overtime.
Statline: 11 CAR, 34 RUSH YARDS, 2 REC, 10 REC YARDS
The Green Packers have lost their fifth consecutive game Sunday on the road to the Detroit Lions, 15-9. The Packers were only able to score one single touchdown behind QB Aaron Rodgers who threw three interceptions as he was hurried all game by the Lions’ defense. AJ Dillon did the best he could, finally receiving more than 10 carries as he got 11 touches but only piled up 34 yards. Backfield mate Aaron Jones went down with an injury late in the third quarter meaning Dillon could see increased carries if Jones is to miss a game.
Statline: 10 CAR, 54 RUSH YARDS, 1 REC, 9 REC YARDS
The Green Bay Packers and running back AJ Dillon suffered their fourth straight loss Sunday night when they went into Buffalo. Even with the solid 5.4 yards per carry from Dillon, the Packers went away from the running game after they went down 24-7 at halftime.The Packers continue to struggle, creating a tough situation for the running game. With the Detroit Lions on the road next Sunday, AJ Dillon and Green Bay hope they can establish the running game throughout the game and stop their losing streak.
Statline: 4 CAR, 15 RUSH YARDS
Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon and the team suffered another big loss on Sunday afternoon, this time against the Washington Commanders on the road where they lost 23-21. Dillon, despite proving he can move the chains as a punishing north-to-south runner, is getting very few opportunities with Sunday his lowest point of the season with only four touches, all handoffs. Making matters worse, the Packers have given up on the running game the last two weeks due to falling behind by at least two scores. The loss drops the Packers to 3-4 and now Dillon and Green Bay have to travel to Buffalo, who own the AFC’s best records at 5-1.
Statline: 10 CAR, 41 RUSH YARDS, 1 REC, 11 REC YARDS
For the second week in a row, running back AJ Dillon and the Green Bay Packers suffered a loss at Lambeau Field, going from 3-1 to 3-3 in just two weeks. AJ Dillon accumulated 52 total yards on offense but was unable to get into the end zone. On the bright side, Dillon eclipsed the season-low six carries he got in the previous week. In this game, Dillon got 10 carries and went for 41 yards along with four receptions and 11 yards. He also picked up eight yards on the Packers’ only touchdown drive in the third quarter. Next week Dillon and Green Bay head into Washington D.C. to play the Commanders who have the eighth-worst rushing defense in the NFL. Expect Dillon’s rushes to increase as the Packers look to get back on track.
Statline: 6 CAR, 34 RUSH YARDS
In somewhat of an upset at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on Sunday, the Green Bay Packers lost to the New York Giants 27-22. AJ Dillon was held to only six carries for 34 yards. Green Bay ultimately let the game slip through their fingers after leading 20-10 at halftime, allowing New York to outscore them 17-2 in the second half. Not only was Dillon only given six carries, but he also didn’t get targeted once and finished the game without a completion. AJ Dillon and the Packers look to get back on track against the New York Jets next Sunday.
Statline: 17 CAR, 73 RUSH YARDS, 1 REC, 11 REC YARDS
Another solid game for AJ Dillon as he contributed to the Green Bay Packers' 27-24 win over the New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon in Wisconsin. Dillon’s 84 all-purpose yards helped the Packers edge out the Patriots in overtime as neither team could win in regulation. Leading all rushers for Green Bay, Dillon’s 17 carries would amass 73 yards, none more important than the 27 yards rushing he accounted for on their overtime drive, setting up the Packers for the game-winning 31-yard field goal. He also had a crucial 13-yard run to get the Packers into the red zone, which led to a Rodgers touchdown pass to tie the game at 24-24. Next week, Dillon and the Packers get the New York Giants at Lambeau Field so he’ll be expected to continue taking on a heavy workload.
Statline: 12 CAR, 32 RUSH YARDS, 2 REC, 6 REC YARDS
The Green Bay Packers played a tough-as-nails football game last Sunday with AJ Dillon playing a big part in helping them slow the game down on the ground. While Dillon’s numbers don’t jump off the page, it’s his durability that helped the Packers wear down the Buccaneers' defense and keep them on the field for more than 33 minutes. He also factored into both of their touchdown drives, each of which was 70-plus yards and ate up more than six minutes of the clock. Dillon and the Packers will face a New England Patriots team at Lambeau Field next Sunday that just gave up 37 points to the Ravens.
Statline: 18 CAR, 61 RUSH YARDS, 1 REC, 6 REC YARDS
Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon helped the hometown team beat the visiting Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football, 27-10. Dillon would once again lead the offense in carries, this time with 18 for 61 yards, good for 3.4 yards per carry. While Dillon’s longest run went for 11 yards, his 18 carries helped the Packers grind down Chicago’s defense with 13 rushing first downs and end the game with a 37:15 time of possession. Next week, Green Bay and Dillon head into Tampa Bay to face a Buccaneers defense that has only given up 173 yards on the ground through two games.
Statline: 10 ATT, 45 YARDS, 1 RUSH TD, 5 REC, 46 YARDS
AJ Dillon not only led the Packers with 10 carries and 45 yards, he also led the team in receptions (5) and yards (46). In addition, it was Dillon who got into the endzone, the only Packers touchdown and led the offense with 95 all-purpose yards. AJ Dillon and the Green Bay Packers face a Chicago Bears defense that only allowed 10 points last week to the Niners.
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