After the defense gets a stop at midfield, the Packers get some points on their opening drive of the second half, driving 70 yards for a 36-yard Mason Crosby FG.
The big play was a 34-yard catch-and-run by Driver down to the Washington 26. Driver dropped a couple of passes in the first half, but went to the ground to make sure he had that one, then popped back up right away and took off running.
9 plays, 70 yards, 4:20
Brandon Jackson also broke off a 15-yard run, giving him 90 rushing yards in the game. Jackson also has 21 receiving yards for 111 yards from scrimmage. Jackson’s career highs are 113 yards rushing and 135 from scrimmage, both set in the 2007 regular-season finale, Jackson’s rookie season.
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