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First-quarter summary: Packers 0, Cowboys 0

Nov. 6, 2013 11:21 AM
 
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Mason Crosby had a 54-yard field goal blocked on the Packers' first possession of the game. After Sam Shields made a great interception -- the first of his career -- on a Jon Kitna deep pass intended for Miles Austin, the Packers offense started moving again, getting all the way to the Cowboys' 15 when the first quarter ended. A key play on the drive was a 27-yard scramble by Aaron Rodgers. Unofficial stats: Rodgers was 6 for 7 for 37 yards.  Brandon Jackson rushed four times for 15 yards. John Kuhn rushed four times for 12 yards. Rodgers rushed two times for 32 yards. James Jones two catches for 24 yards. Four other receivers had one catch apiece. Key plays: *James Jones fumbled after a13-yard reception, but teammate Jordy Nelson alertly picked up the loose ball. *A blitzing Charles Woodson helped blow up a Cowboys' third-and-1 play as Marion Barber was stopped for no gain and the Cowboys had to punt.

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