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Green Bay Packers Stall in Third Quarter

September 30th, 2012 at 6:18 PM
By Steve Kastorff

Both the Green Bay Packer offense and defense came out the the locker room for the third quarter and did not play like the first half.

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The Green Bay Packer offense was unable to put a touchdown on the board in the third quarter and Aaron Rodgers was limited to 25 of 34 passes for a total of 262 yards for the game. Aaron Rodgers also had an interception and took a finger to the eye during a third quarter drive that end with the Green Bay Packers fumbling the ball inside the ten yard line with Rodgers on the bench.

The Green Bay Packer defense was being picked apart by New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who ended the third quarter with 31 of 45 passes for a total of 400 yards including an 80 yard touchdown pass.

The Green Bay Packers will need to find the plays that were working in the first half if they are to come from behind and pick up a win over the New Orleans Saints,

Tags: Football, Green Bay, Green Bay Packers, NFL

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