The Green Bay Packers got the ball first to start the second half, and they faced little resistance in marching down the field and adding another touchdown.
The Vikings were offsides on the opening kickoff of the half, and after a second kick the Packers started at their own 31-yard line. The Packers moved down the field in eight plays in the 69-yard drive, including a conversion on 4th-and-2 to Jordy Nelson to keep their drive going. Aaron Rodgers found Nelson for the touchdown as well, as he caught a quick pass from Rodgers and stiff-armed Cedric Griffin all the way to the end zone for a 17-yard score.
The Vikings' defense actually hasn't been terrible for the most part this evening. The Packers have just made the plays when they've needed to, and Minnesota has not.
With ten minutes left in the third quarter at Lambeau Field, the Minnesota Vikings trail the Green Bay Packers by a score of 24-0.