The Green Bay Packers aren't messing around against the Oakland Raiders. They've thoroughly taken control of this game early on. Carson Palmer threw an interception on the first drive, then Ryan Grant took it almost immediately to the house on a 47 yard gain, longest of the season. After a Raiders punt, Aaron Rodgers then marched Green Bay down the field and found tight end Ryan Taylor to make it 14-0.
The Packers then got a Mason Crosby field goal, another methodical drive which set up a Rodgers to Jordy Nelson deep connection to make it 24-0. Then Palmer threw another interception which gave Green Bay a short field, and Grant punched it in for his second touchdown of the game. It's all Packers early, and the Raiders have managed little resistance.