Scooter’s TD just before halftime, and Whitehead’s forced fumble right after the half. Game-changing plays. If the first doesn’t happen, it’s only 14-10 at the half and the Packers don’t have the “gave up the big play” hangover. Then if the second doesn’t happen, the Packers potentially could have taken the lead with the opening drive of the second half. 28-10 early in the third sure felt good, albeit for just a little while.
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