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Halftime summary: Packers 28, Broncos 17

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Aaron Rodgers ran for an 11-yard TD early in the second quarter, then closed it out with a 17-yard TD pass to Greg Jennings. In between, the Broncos gashed the Packers defense on a pair of touchdown drives, one going four plays and 69 yards and the other eight plays for 71 yards. Eric Decker, subbing as the starter for injured Eddie Royal, was on the receiving end of both touchdowns. The first was from 5-yards out that was set up by a 44-yard flea flicker pass from Kyle Orton to Brandon Lloyd, in which Packers safety Morgan Burnett got burned. Decker's second touchdown catch was against Burnett, who had a rough first half and got turned around in coverage on a 33-yard scoring pass that pulled Denver within 21-17 with 3:21 remaining in the first half.

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