After starting all 18 games (including playoffs) at right guard a year ago, Billy Turner made his debut at right tackle in Green Bay’s 37-30 road win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday night.

In what was Turner’s first start at right tackle in almost two years, the seventh-year veteran held up his end of the bargain during a lights-out performance on an offensive line that’s now allowed just two sacks in the Packers’ first three games.

It was all in a day’s work for Turner, who was making his 2020 debut after missing Green Bay’s first two games with a knee injury. His opposition? All-Pro defensive end Cameron Jordan, who didn’t come close to touching Aaron Rodgers.

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