Halftime is the Hall of Fame ceremony for Jerry Kramer.
What, you don't like me????
It would be if the official called it, but it was close and so I guess he didn't think it was unabated to the quarterback.
I don't think you can force it. If he's open, throw it. If he's not, Adams, Cobb and Allison are able to carry the load. I can't say exactly what the Vikings are doing to Graham but I don't see a ton of double-teamming. I'll try to pay more attention this half.
He really got his act together after that first blip. I've seen him both get help from Linsley and have to block on his own. He's been good in the run game.
I don't know how many hits, but I think it's been at least three.
The secondary is definitely improved. I think the addition of Muhammad Wilkerson and the advancement of Kenny Clark has helped a lot. It's made it tough for opponents to step up in the pocket.
He has made a big leap. I want to see if he can sustain it.
OK, I'm going to take a quick break and will be back for the start of the second half. BRB.
Packers have to sustain some drives and wear down the Vikings defense. No three and outs. The Vikings are going to make some halftime adjustments that will cause them some problems.
Zimmer is not going to let Rodgers sit back there and not get harrassed.
Vikings have a first and 10 at the 25.
Davon House is in the game for Kevin King. Haven't gotten an injury notification on him.
Yeah, a pretty good number.
We're trying to find out. He's down there with his helmet.
Packers are keeping a lot of completions in front of them and making the tackles.
That's how a sack is supposed work. One guy causes pressure and forces the quarterback to moved toward a teammate.
He's a pocket passer for sure.
After Cobb's muff and recovery, Packers will have the ball at the 11.