Packers Cannot Add To 2011 Super Bowl Lead With Second Quarter Drive

The Steelers finally put points on the board in the second quarter of Super Bowl XLV. And now, they've gotten a stop on defense that might contribute to a momentum swing, too.

The Packers are still struggling on first down, and another short pass on second down forced Green Bay to throw on third down in an attempt to move the chains. Aaron Rodgers' pass to Donald Driver was complete, but Driver was tackled just short of the first down marker, necessitating a Tim Masthay punt.

After making the third down catch, Driver limped to the sideline. His legs were caught underneath him on the tackle by James Harrison and James Farrior.

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