Halftime: Green Bay 17 – Baltimore 0

Green Bay's Nick Collins celebrates after intercepting a pass during the first half.

Quick thoughts after a less than stellar first half for the Ravens:

-The offense is not feeling it tonight. Very reminiscent of the Cleveland game exactly three weeks ago tonight. QB Joe Flacco forced a lousy pass into triple coverage on a flee flicker late in the first quarter and the result was a Nick Collins interception. He is 6 of 14 for 54 yards. Ray Rice has seven carries for eleven yards and fumbled the ball deep in packer territory. Give credit to the Green Bay secondary. They have really covered the ravens receiving corps well.

-Defense is holding their own, but penalties, specifically pass interference, have really hurt this unit. Green Bay drove down the field in 8 plays for 68 yards towards the end of the first half.

-Still a slight window open for a comeback. Baltimore gets the ball second half. Adjustments must be made offensively.

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