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First-half summary: Packers 14, 49ers 13

Nov. 6, 2013 11:15 AM
 
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The 49ers had a first and goal at the 2 to open the second quarter but a sack by Cullen Jenkins helped force a field goal, with Jeff Reed botting a 26-yarder for a 6-0 San Francisco lead. After a Packers punt gave the 49ers the ball near midfield, another Jenkins sack on third down forced the 49ers to punt. Then the Packers' offense finally got untracked with Aaron Rodgers hooking up with Greg Jennings on a 57-yard touchdown pass to put Green Bay ahead 7-6 with 7:02 left in the half. On their next possession, the Packers drove 50 yards in six plays for another touchdown, with John Kuhn going over from 1 yard out with 1:46 left. Rodgers' 37-yard screen pass to Brandon Jackson was a key play in the drive. The 49ers responded with a touchdown, and it took just two plays. Vernon Davis was left wide open in zone coverage, and Nick Collins missed a tackle. The result was a 66-yard touchdown pass to pull the 49ers within 14-13.

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