The other news was that there was still no definitive news on receiver Donald Driver. After half, a Fox on-field reporter said he had spoken with Packers' team physician, Dr. Patrick McKenzie. McKenzie had indicated that preliminary tests revealed the injury wasn't in the ankle as originally thought, but was rather in the foot. McKenzie further stated that a final diagnosis probably wouldn't be made until after the game. It's relieving to hear the problem is not an ankle injury. On the other hand, there is a certain type of foot injury that can be even more serious than an ankle injury. Can't remember the name of it. But let's hope -- whatever it is and whatever it's called -- that it isn't serious. The team needs Driver on the field.
A couple other comments on the second half:
- Free agent running back Corey White ran authoritatively in the fourth quarter.
- The Packers' backup offensive linemen were like a sieve, allowing pressure on Rodgers and Martin the entire half.
- Can't really read too much into anything, but it just seemed as if rookie kicker Mason Crosby was getting most of the work.