Packers finally get a TD, grab lead

The Packers have their first touchdown and their first lead, 13-7 over the Cardinals in the third quarter.

Aaron Rodgers threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Janis to give the Packers the lead. The Packers cashed in a Ha Ha Clinton-Dix interception after the teams traded interceptions to start the second half.

Janis came into the game with four catches in his career. The touchdown was his fifth catch of the game.

A 61-yard rumble by Eddie Lacy — the longest run of his career — set up the touchdown.

The defenses have dominated. The Cardinals were held to 75 yards in the first half and their offense spent plenty of time on the sideline as the Packers got a pair of field goals off a pair of 17-play drives.

Rashad Johnson picked off Aaron Rodgers to start the half, and Clinton-Dix returned the favor three plays later.