At halftime on “Monday Night Football,” the Green Bay Packers lead the Los Angeles Rams 10-6.

Green Bay moved the ball at will for most of the first half, especially with just 10 points per run. The Packers went straight down the field on their opening goal, but Christian Watson and Jalen Ramsey struggled with their feet and an incomplete pass resulted in only a field goal. They were advancing the ball with ease on the following drive, Aaron Rodgers hitting a Taylor Rapp interception nearly 10 yards past Allen Lazard. They finally got a touchdown on the third possession of the contest and Dillon punched it in from eight yards out. Dillon and Aaron Jones combined for 72 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries.

The Rams didn’t play much offensively and were fortunate not to turn the ball over too often. Baker Mayfield finished 14th half 8 for 74 yards (5.3 per attempt), and the two incompletions probably should have been pick-sixes. (Kingsley Enagbare and Quai Walker were inches away from doing so.) They also had three sacks, one of which the ball bounced away from multiple Packers and was eventually recovered by the Rams. Los Angeles turned that drive into a 55-yard field goal by Matt Gay.

Will Green Bay hang on to the lead or will LA add another comeback to its record this week? We will have enough information soon. Stay with CBS Sports for stats, scores and highlights from the rest of the game.

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day – Monday, December 19 | Time: 8:15 pm ET
Location: Lambeau Field (Green Bay, Wisconsin)
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