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Jared Cook out wide to the right.
Jared Cook took one safety to the right, Cobb took the other safety to the left and Nelson had the middle wide open. Looked pretty good on that move.
Nelson was lined up against a linebacker. That's just not fair. Good job by McCarthy of creating that matchup with formation usage.
Packers call timeout. We've seen this before.
I'm not sure what happened there other than Rodgers was trying to get the Lions to show their defense and lost track of the clock.
The ball bounced in the end zone and then back on to the field. He stepped out of boundss and touched the ball. Since he was OB, that's an automatic penalty for out of bounds kick.
Packers offense is rolling against Detroit's defense. Nelson just owning the middle of the field.
That's a scramble play. Nelson just watched as Rodgers ran right and got himself open to the left. The linebackers slid over to follow Rodgers and Nelson smartly positioned himself to the right of them. Easy throw for 8-yard touchdown.
Rodgers is 6 of 8 for 121 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Nelson has two catches for 57 yards and a touchdown.
Packers are 3 of 3 on third downs.
They've outgained Detroit, 135 to 37.
It always looks that way when you score a TD. Looks dumb if you don't.
Big hit from Joe Thomas on Ebron. I'm surprised that wasn't a penalty. Looked clean, but the officials usually call that.
Capers brings Clinton-Dix right up the middle to draw the back and Joe Thomas blitzes from the right to force Stafford to throw it away.
In the dime package, Hyde moved up to dime corner and rookie safety Kentrell Brice was brought in. He was the lone guy back with Clinton-Dix blitzing.
Packers start at their own 33.
Montgomery in the backfield this series.
Trevor Davis is also the third receiver. It means Montgomery and Davis are on the field at the same time, something we haven't seen.
I detailed the lack of success the Packers have had with a receiver in the backfield this week. Take a look at halftime if you want.