What went wrong: The Packers defense, despite allowing 16 completions to running backs and tight ends for 169 yards, played well throughout the game, waiting until garbage time to allow a touchdown. But Rodgers and the offense left plays on the field in the first 40 minutes of the game, which is why they only led by six points midway through the third quarter. The Packers weren't all that sharp on third down and they did not score on two trips inside the red zone. Bakhtiari and right tackle Don Barclay struggled at times, allowing pressure on Rodgers. The Packers also fumbled twice, but the football bounced back to them both times.