After two quarters, the Dallas Cowboys are tied with the Green Bay Packers 14-14.
Coming Into this game, many knew this Packers team didn't seem right on offense, and they used two turnovers to help that problem.
The Green Bay game plan in the first half was to attack the struggling run defense of the Cowboys, and it worked repeatedly.
The first two Cowboys' offensive possessions resulted in punts, but after a scoreless first quarter, the Packers scored 14 points off two interceptions by Dak Prescott.
The first touchdown for the Cowboys offense went 88 yards on 17 plays and ended with Prescott hitting #88 CeeDee Lamb for a 3-yard score.
Prescott picked up two fourth downs on their first scoring drive; it is nice to see the offense using the hurry-up and getting a solid push from the offensive line on their QB sneaks.
After a turnover on the plus side of the field, the offense got greedy and tried to force a ball into the endzone, which resulted in an interception.
That is a play the offense has to eat and take the three points.
Aaron Rodgers then connected with WR Christian Watson with a 58-yard touchdown to tie the game at 7. Anthony Brown again got beat in man coverage.
Miscommunication by Lamb and Prescott led to the second turnover of the game.
The Cowboy's defense again couldn't stop the ground game, letting Aaron Jones score the Packer's second touchdown.
A massive response by Prescott and the offense, though. He connected with Dalton Schultz to lock the game 14-14 at the half.