After 30 minutes, the Green Bay Packers lead the Oakland Raiders by the score of 7-3, but lost the quarterback who started the game to an injury. In the second quarter, Brett Hundley was hit by Khalil Mack on a deep completion to Davante Adams, and ended up having his ankle examined. Eventually the team decided to hold him out of the rest of the game to avoid making that injury worse, and Joe Callahan played out the rest of the first half.
The Packers scored on their first drive of the game, a 14-play series which was led by Eddie Lacy’s 8 carries for 44 yards. Lacy leapt over a pile at the goal line to open the scoring in the game.
The other highlight was courtesy of Damarious Randall, who made a leaping, falling interception of a deep pass from Derek Carr. That play helped make up for an earlier mistake by Randall’s in coverage against Cooper, which led to the Raiders’ field goal on Oakland’s first drive.
Stay tuned for more from the second half.