Sunday, November 30, 2008

Green Bay takes 28-21 lead

Green Bay has made the Panthers look silly during the second half so far, outscoring them 18-0 to take a 28-21 lead early in the fourth quarter.

The Packers' latest score: a 21-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers to Greg Jennings. As has been usual in the second half, Jennings had a separation of at least 3 yards from the closest Panther defender, Ken Lucas.

Lambeau Field is rocking as it's been all Green Bay in the second half so far. Mark Jones did just return the kickoff to midfield, though, so you can't say Carolina is out of it.

If its defense keeps allowing Packer TD drives on every possession, though -- the past 2 have gone for a thoroughly embarrassing 95 and 76 yards -- they soon will be.

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