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Falcons vs. Packers, Week 14 - Second Half Game Thread

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Packers hold a 31-7 lead at halftime.

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Through two quarters, Monday Night Football's game between the Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers has played out about as one would expect. Aaron Rodgers and the offense have produced 31 points aided by a timely interception by safety Morgan Burnett (and nearly another one by defensive tackle Letroy Guion), while Atlanta has struggled to put together quality drive after their opening series.

The only red mark for the Packers thus far has been their inability to cover Falcons receiver Julio Jones. The talented deep threat is at the century mark and has exploited Sam Shields several times. If Atlanta is to get back into the game, it'll likely happen with Jones playing a significant role.

The Falcons will receive the ball coming out of halftime. Keep your internet machines tuned to Acme Packing Company for updates as well as to chat with all your friends in the comment section below.