The Dolphins regain the lead on the opening possession of the second half, driving 59 yards for a 41-yard field goal.
12 plays, 59 yards, 7:18
The Packers are clearly struggling on defense. They got Miami into a third down only twice on the drive. On the first, a third-and-2, CB Charles Woodson was called for defensive holding, giving the Dolphins a first down. But they couldn’t fully take advantage, as a holding penalty stalled their next series and they ended up kicking the field goal. The Packers got the stop on third-and-13, pushing Ronnie Brown out of bounds after just a 4-yard run.
It’s 13-10 with 7:42 left in the third.
Key stat of the game: Miami is 5-of-9 on third downs (6-of-10 including Woodson’s penalty). The Packers are 1-of-5 on third down.
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