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GREEN BAY, Wis. - Aaron Rodgers handed off to Eddie Lacy, turned and started jogging to the sideline before his running back had crossed the goal line for a 1-yard touchdown. It was as if the Green Bay quarterback knew what was going to happen.Just another first-half score and big early lead for the Packers at Lambeau Field.Rodgers passed for 341 yards and three touchdowns, Lacy accounted for two scores, and the Packers defence stuffed the high-octane Philadelphia Eagles for a 53-20 win Sunday.This is not easy, Rodgers said.It sure looks that way, though. The Packers (7-3) blew out another opponent in the cold comfort of home after a fast start.Theres a lot of preparation that goes into it, Rodgers added. It takes 11 guys to win, to do the job to make something like that happen.The matchup of NFC contenders quickly turned lopsided after Green Bay took a 30-6 halftime lead. Rodgers threw for two touchdowns in the first half, while Micah Hyde scored on a 75-yard punt return.Julius Peppers finished off the Eagles by returning Mark Sanchezs pass 52 yards for a 39-6 lead in the third quarter, the second interception return for a score this season for the veteran.Its good to see that. He pretty much got a gift, linebacker Clay Matthews said with a smile.Philadelphia (7-3) was held to 11 points below its NFC-leading scoring average by a Packers defence rejuvenated since Matthews started getting more time at inside linebacker. Matthews finished with five tackles and a sack after rushing from his traditional outside spot unabated to Sanchez.Green Bays offence was in good hands again with Rodgers, who broke Tom Bradys NFL record of 288 straight passes at home without an interception. Rodgers finished 22 of 36.The Packers set another record by putting up at least 28 points in a first half for the fourth straight home game. Theyve outscored opponents 128-9 before halftime during that stretch.We felt strongly that this game was going to come down to big plays, the big-play opportunities, coach Mike McCarthy said, and I thought our players did an excellent job in all three phases.Playing with big leads allows the Packers defence to focus on the pass and hone in on opposing quarterbacks.Sanchez flopped in his second start since taking over for the injured Nick Foles. He was 26 of 44 for 346 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.To make things worse, Sanchez couldnt corral a high snap out of the shotgun with an empty backfield in the fourth quarter. Cornerback Casey Hayward scooped up the loose ball and jogged 49 yards into the end zone with an escort of two blockers to make it 53-13.The Packers also got to Sanchez early with sacks on Philadelphias first three drives.They played outstanding and we played pretty poorly, Sanchez said.It was the Eagles worst loss under second-year coach Chip Kelly. The previous low was a 52-20 thrashing at Denver in Week 4 last season, and Kelly is now the only coach in team history to allow 50 points twice.None of us played where we needed to play against this team, Kelly said.The Eagles finally reached the end zone after Sanchez hit receiver Jordan Matthews for a 10-yard touchdown pass to make it 39-13 with 2:21 left in the third quarter.The Packers had no such problems.Rodgers found Jordy Nelson streaking down the right sideline for a 64-yard completion on the games third play from scrimmage — the pass attempt that allowed Rodgers to break Bradys record.Rodgers hit Davante Adams for a 6-yard touchdown catch late in the first quarter. Nelson hauled in a 27-yard scoring pass with 10:39 left in the second, making the grab while delicately navigating the sideline near the pylon to make it 24-3.NOTES: Nelson finished with four catches for 109 yards, while Randall Cobb had 10 receptions for 129 yards. ... Nelson appeared to reach down at his right hamstring after making the Lambeau Leap on his touchdown, but McCarthy said afterward his top receiver seemed fine. ... Lacy also turned a 32-yard catch into a touchdown. ... Eagles RB LeSean McCoy had 88 yards on 23 attempts.___AP Pro Football Writer Rob Maaddi contributed to this story.___AP NFL websites: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Cheap Rangers Jerseys China . Then again, he really was at his home away from home. "It was nice to sleep in my own bed last night," Shields said after pitching Kansas City past the San Diego Padres 8-0 Wednesday. Cheap New York Rangers Jerseys . Those cheers seemed more special this time because the captains run on Broadway could soon be over. The adoration surely sounded much nicer to Callahan than all the recent trade talk. http://www.cheapnewyorkrangersjerseys.com/. 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The National — TROUBLE WILL FIND ME (Dont Swallow the Cap) 3. Justin Rutledge — VALLEYHEART (Four Lean Hounds) 4. Mikal Cronin — MCII (Weight) 5. Frank Turner — TAPE DECK HEART (Recovery—SONG OF THE YEAR!) 6. The Sadies — INTERNAL SOUNDS (Starting All Over Again) 7. Phosphorescent — MUCHACHO (Song For Zula) 8. Blue Rodeo — IN OUR NATURE (New Morning Sun) 9. Avett Brothers — MAGPIE AND THE DANDELION (Another Is Waiting) 10. Superchunk — I HATE MUSIC (Me and You and Jackie Mittoo) 11. Foxygen — WE ARE THE 21ST CENTURY AMBASSADORS OF PEACE AND MAGIC 12. Pearl Jam — LIGHTNING BOLT 13. Smith Westerns — SOFT WILL 14. Shelby Earl — SWIFT ARROWS 15. Neko Case — THE WORSE THINGS GET 16. Jake Bugg — SHANGRI-LA 17. Kevin Devine — BUBBLEGUM/BULLDOZER (separate releases) 18. Dropkick Murphys — SIGNED AND SEALED IN BLOOD 19. Sarah Jarosz — BUILD ME UP FROM BONES 20. Houndmouth — FROM THE HILLS BELOW THE CITY JAY ONRAITS TOP 20 ALBUMS OF 2013 1. Vampire Weekend -- "Modern Vampires in the City" ... I got this album and listened to it once and enjoyed it, and then my friend Pat Thornton of pats24hrs.com fame sent out a tweet that said it was easily their greatest album, and then I replied and said, "Yeah, I think it is a great album," and then he said, "NO, ITS THE GREATEST!" but he didnt shout because Pat is a gentle man. Bottom line: This is the greatest album this band has put out, a modern classic, and the album of the year for 2013. Pat said so. 2. Foxygen -- "We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic" ... I bought it on recommendation from a friend, gave it a listen and I havent stopped listening since. Sounds like something that could have come out between "If You Believe Your Eyes and Ears" by the Mamas and the Papas and "John The Wolfking of LA" by John Phillips in the late 60s. Every track is a winner. 3. Kurt Vile -- "Wakin on a Pretty Daze" ... This is one of those guys who always sounds like he is stoned but insists in every single interview he is NOT stoned even though he cant really get his words out properly and the title of the album is kind of a giveaway. You dont need to be stoned to enjoy it. The songs are long and flowing and full of loopy guitars and ... never mind. 4. Deerhunter -- "Monomania" ... Their last album was my favourite record of 2010 ("Halcyon Digest"), and when I first heard this one I thought, "Oh crap, theyve screwed it up this time." But as usual I was wrong. Bradford Cox is a little like the Prince of the indie-rock world, recording more material than he can possibly put out and probably storing it somewhere in his purple-coloured mansion for release upon his death. And by "purple-coloured mansion," I mean his apartment because no one is making money from music anymore. 5. Superchunk -- "I Hate Music" ... These guys are OLD and they keep putting out great record after great record. Its like the opposite of The Killers. 6. Yo La Tengo -- "Fade" ... See No. 5. 7. Arcade Fire -- "Reflektor" ... I have to admit I thought they had gone a little overboard with that special after their Saturday Night Live appearance where Michael Cera was speaking Spanish, and then I thought they had gone a little overboard when they asked all their fans to put on suits and dresses for their concerts, and then I listened to the record. Its really good. James Murphy from LCD Soundsystem handles a lot of the production. I love Regine Chassagnes voice. They might be the biggest band in the world and theyre based in Montreal. I guess I can put on a suit for that. 8. Daft Punk -- "Random Access Memories" .dddddddddddd.. When I first moved to L.A., I would leave work at night and put this album on in my car and listen to the first track "Give Life Back To Music" while cruising down the 10 on the way home and it felt very "L.A." Then I would shut the song off and "Hollywood Nights" by Bob Seger would come on the radio and it felt even more L.A. Then I would get stuck in traffic. 9. Imaginary Cities -- "Fall of Romance" ... When I was living in Winnipeg, I asked a guy why so many amazing musicians come from that city -- Neil Young, The Guess Who, Weakerthans, the list goes on and on. His theory was as follows: If you are a city that is blisteringly cold and covered in snow for at least half the year, you do a lot of drugs and learn to play instruments. I think that may be over-simplifying it a bit, but these guys opened for the Pixies. 10. Neko Case -- "The Worse Things Get" ... Neko has a very interesting and vulnerable Twitter feed. She is very real and honest about her fears and hopes and loneliness. She also happens to have one of the greatest voices in music today. 11. Best Coast -- "Fade Away EP ... Speaking of great voices and great social media feeds, Best Coast lead singer and songwriter Bethany Cosentino recently sent out an Instagram pic of Peg Bundy and Kelly Bundy from "Married With Children" in which they said, "I want to do nothing. I want to be nothing," and she said, "Exactly." She is also obsessed with Seinfeld. Basically she is perfection. 12. Speedy Ortiz -- "Major Arcana" ... You had me at "sounds like early 90s indie rock." 13. Ty Segall -- "Sleeper" ... This is a pretty mellow effort from a guy who puts out an album a year. Sometimes three. Having said that (as Larry David would say), this might be his best. 14. Parquet Courts -- "Light Up Gold" ... See No. 12. 15. Mikal Cronin -- "MCII" ... This guy plays bass and sings in Ty Segalls backup band, and Ty Segall is pretty much constantly touring so it must have been tough to find the time to record this album. But thank God he did! It sounds like modern day Matthew Sweet! 16. Waxahatchee -- "Cerulean Salt" ... And this one sounds like modern day PJ Harvey! All the songs are amazing. This is the kind of album you should buy for that mysterious and somewhat standoffish girl at work youre trying to court but she clearly thinks youre an idiot. This will show her. This will show her you ARE an idiot but you have good taste in music. 17. Volcano Choir -- "Repave" ... Bon Iver guy Justin Vernons other group. If I told you this was the new Bon Iver album you would just shrug and say, "Sounds pretty good! When is he on SNL again, and is he bringing that big guy who plays the chimes and trombone?" or something to that effect. 18. Brendan Canning -- "You Gots 2 Chill" ... I saw Brendan recently and forgot to ask him this: Was the title of this album some motivational message he wrote himself on a Post-It note that he stuck on the fridge one night after he got a bit too passionate during a drunken argument with friends? Ill bet it was. Not that Im speaking from experience or anything (Im speaking from experience). Perfect Sunday morning record. Also youre supporting a hard-working Canadian artist here, so get the vinyl! 18. Tegan and Sara -- "Heartthrob" ... I remember when I was hosting The Big Breakfast in Winnipeg and our Producer had just come from The Big Breakfast in Calgary and she told us they would have Tegan and Sara on the show all the time because they were born and raised in Calgary. I really loved Tegan and Sara and hoped we might get them to appear on our show as well. That never happened because they became huge stars. I couldnt have been happier for them, but I really think they would have liked our coffee. 19. (tie) Local Natives -- "Hummingbird"/Camera Obscura -- "Desire Lines" ... Good, but I was expecting better. Like Larry Davids "Clear History" or "Man of Steel" or "Hooters Restaurant." 20. My Bloody Valentine -- "mbv" ... Like the opposite of "Chinese Democracy." ' ' '

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