Packers vs Patriots: Tom Brady Takes Field for First Time in Second Half
The New England Patriots' first lead over the Green Bay Packers was short lived and Tom Brady is finally about to take the field for the first time in the second half with his team trailing by a field goal.
Now would be a good time for Brady and the New England offense to put together their trademark second half onslaught.
After briefly taking the lead thanks to an interception return for a touchdown, the Patriots gave it right back by allowing Matt Flynn and the Green Bay Packers to march down the field en route to another touchdown.
To make matters worse, that patented second half onslaught I just mentioned is officially not happening. The Patriots just went three and out, failing to gain a first down and were forced to punt the ball away back to the Packers.
Brady was sacked again, the third sackof the game for Green Bay. This is the most pressure Brady's had to deal with in quite some time and the New England offense just can't seem to find any rhythym.
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