The Green Bay Packers started the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars as favorites. However, the home team had a tough time in the first half with the Jaguars defense giving Aaron Rodgers and Co. some problems in the middle.
But, as usual, the 2-time NFL MVP found a way to break a determined Jaguars defense.
The Packers were trailing by 3 points early on in the first half. Aaron Rodgers threw a splitting pass to talented wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
The 26-year-old then went on to run to the endzone to complete a touchdown and put the first points on the scoreboard for the home team.
The Florida-born athlete was smart enough to use the referee as a shield against the Jaguars defenders in order to make his way to the endzone.
At the end of the first half, Rodgers went 16 of 20, throwing for 200 yards, including 1 touchdown. The California-born quarterback also registered 1 rushing touchdown in the second quarter.
On 2 receptions, Marquez Valdes-Scantling registered 100 receiving yards with 1 receiving TD. The Packers ended the first 30 with a 7-point lead over the Jaguars.
Will they add another win to their 2020 NFL campaign, or is there a late plot twist awaiting us in the second half? Tune in to find out.