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Green Bay Packers Take 10 to 6 Lead in St. Louis to Half

October 21st, 2012 at 1:36 PM
By Steve Kastorff

The Green Bay Packers have jumped out to a 10 to 6 halftime lead over the St. Louis Rams

The Green Bay Packer offensive behind the passing of quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who has completed 13 of 15 passes in the first have for 165 yards have gained a ten to six halftime advantage in St. Louis. Aaron Rodgers hit Jordy Nelson on a three yard pass for the games only touchdown after the St. Louis Rams had opened the game with a Greg Zuerlein 50 yard field goal. The Packers special teams successfully completed the on side kick and Aaron Rodgers lead the offense into field goal range as Mason Crosby kicked a 47 yard field goal to give the visiting Green Bay Packers a 10 to 3 lead.

On the defensive side, the Green Bay Packers have given up two field goals and 190 yards of offense. The St. Louis Rams have 93 rushing yards and 97 yards through the air.

The Green Bay Packers will need to get the ball into Aaron Rodgers hands more in the second half if they want to move to 4 and 3 on the season.

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

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