First and 10 at the 25. Montgomery at RB, Cook in the game.
Looks like they might be interested in running Montgomery.
They need first downs. Like that. Easy completion.
Rodgers wanted Nelson there. I think he wanted him to come back.
Allison got held on that route. Nice catch and run for 11, but there's a flag down.
Montgomery looked like he was limping.
Ripkowski in the game now.
Lots of quick hitters to start.
It's going to be hard for the Packers to get anything down the field with both safeties back. At some point they need to run for first downs.
Montgomery was trying to loosen up on the sideline. I think he'll be coming back soon.
I'm not sure why O-linemen shift right away when they see someone jump. It's not automatic.
Wide open down the middle to Nelson, but there's another flag.
That's a 20-yard gain for Nelson. Looked like he found a void in a zone.
Now they've got some rhythm going. Looks like they've set up some plays for Nelson to start the half.
Rodgers took a big hit but somehow he gtot that to Adams.
Touchdown to Adams, but he gets an unsportsmanlike penalty.
Adams ran right to the zone that the blitzing safety was in.
Ripkowski didn't quite get Quin on that blitz and Rodgers took a shot.
Packers go 10 plays for 75 yards in 5:37. Exactly the kind of drive they needed to start the second half.
That was a tough one for him to reach. It didn't help him that Rodgers rolled out into the blitz. But he still has to make it.
Crosby kicking off from the 20.
Adams better buy Marwin Evans a beer for that tackle.
The Lions start out at their own 29.
Thomas and Burnett are the ILBs.
The Packers haven't had the Lions in a lot of long down and distance situations. Zenner has kind of made sure they haven't.
Well, look at it this way, would you rather have Zenner try to beat your or Ebron, Tate and Jones?
They have absolutely shut down Ebron with Burnett covering him.
Give Mike Daniels credit on that Perry sack. He forced Stafford to bail the pocket right into the path of Perry.
If Daniels doesn't have some push, Stafford steps up.
You don't want to risk a rookie there when you have a guy as reliable as Hyde.