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Packers vs. Cardinals, Week 13 2018: Second half game updates & discussion

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Green Bay kicked a field goal late in the first half to take the lead 10-7.

NFL: Arizona Cardinals at Green Bay Packers Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

At halftime, the Green Bay Packers lead the Arizona Cardinals by a score of 10-7 in the teams’ week 13 matchup at Lambeau Field. It was another ugly game early on the offensive side of the football, picking up 134 yards of total offense by the break.

All the scoring took place in the second quarter. The Packers got on the board first, thanks to a 13-yard touchdown from Aaron Rodgers to Davante Adams. That play was set up by a great punt return by Jaire Alexander, which set up the offense in excellent field position. The Cardinals tied the game on their next offensive series, however, running the ball consistently and getting into the end zone on a six-yard plunge by Chase Edmonds.

The Packers took a three-point lead with just seconds left in the second quarter, as Mason Crosby kicked a 32-yard field goal to give them the lead. The Cardinals will receive the opening kickoff of the second half.

Aaron Rodgers has completed 13 of 21 passes for 105 yards and that one touchdown, while Adams has four catches for 44 yards and the score. Aaron Jones has eight carries, but has totaled just 26 yards on the ground. He has added three catches for ten yards.

Join us for the second half of the game here in the game thread and Go Pack Go!


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