The Packers' offense couldn't quite get things started at the beginning of the third quarter of Super Bowl XLV. As has been the case in previous Packers games this year, a James Jones drop is to blame.
Aaron Rodgers hit Jones between the numbers on a post route on third down, and Jones had nothing but the green turf of Cowboys Stadium before him — but the ball bounced off his chest and through his hands, forcing the Packers to punt.
With the Packers' defense banged up — Charles Woodson is out for the rest of the Super Bowl with a collarbone injury — the Steelers' offense may be able to get something going in the second half. And if that happens, it's likely that the Packers' receiving corps will need to make the sorts of catches Jones just failed to make to keep their lead.