On the final play of the first half, K Mason Crosby drilled a 56-yard FG to set a new franchise record. It gives the Packers a 13-3 halftime lead.
The Packers drove 39 yards in 7 plays, taking the final 41 seconds off the clock. Rodgers completed a pass to four different receivers on the drive, and had a 7-yard scramble of his own.
Crosby’s kick beats the previous franchise record of 54 yards, held by three kickers: Chris Jacke, Dave Rayner and Ryan Longwell. Coincidentally, Rayner’s 54-yarder was in this same stadium back in 2006.
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