It's been a good and a bad first half for the Green Bay Packers defense. The good are two INTs returned for touchdowns (Charlie Peprah and Tramon Williams) and the bad has been two touchdowns allowed along with 199 yards of offense. It's all been from WR Vincent Jackson and RB Mike Tolbert, so maybe the defense can make an adjustment to shut them down.
The offense has two touchdowns, but they've only had the ball for three possessions. Until a touchdown pass to WR Jordy Nelson, the offense had been almost all Aaron Rodgers (49 yards rushing in the first half). If they get their wide receivers more involved in the game, they could score a lot more. They open the second half with the ball.