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Packers lead Dolphins 10-7 to start second quarter

GREEN BAY -- The Dolphins had this game in control in the first quarter until two passes changed everything.

After moving for a TD on their first possession, the Dolphins were moving again when Chad Henne threw a pass, basically, the only place the defender could reach it. Interception.

On the next play, Aaron Rodgers threw a career-long 86-yard touchdown pass to Greg Jennings that lit up Vontae Daivs.

Packers were trailing 7-3 before those two passes. They are now leading 10-7.

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So I was wrong. Go for it on 4th.

shitty spot. ronnie had the 1st down

How is it possible Ed Hockuley could be allowed to screw us like that?!

Is there anyone else anywhere other than him who didn't think we got that first down EASILY?

How can it be possible in the NFL for someone to review that play and make such an obviously terrible call???

Total domination in:
Time of possession...number of plays...
rushing yards...first downs.
And the score is tied...I can hear Sparano now saying how good we were even though we lost the game.

The play calling and Henne look tentative...trying not to loose the game...recipe for disaster...

Holy crap what a break for the Fins...lets see if we can make something of it...

NICE call Dan...

S. Smith lost his man...the tightend...

WHAT THE FRACK WAS THAT...you don't even try to throw to the endzone with 4 seconds left!!!!!

Hail Mary...ever heard of it Dan. We don't deserve to win. Let down by coaching staff again.

Time for smash-mouth ball to end it with a FG

NICE...a win for the S. Team...all is good in Dolphins land...

Hope Dansby is ok...

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