After Kaepernick threw a pick-6 to Sam Shields to open the game, he drove the 49ers back down the field and Kaepped it off with a 20-yard touchdown run to tie it back up. On the ensuing drive, DuJuan Harris had five carries for 36 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown run to give the Packers a 14-7 lead after the 1st quarter. That run was setup by an amazing 44-yard James Jones juggling catch on the sidelines. You would expect Aaron Rodgers to be the guy doing all of the work, but so far Jones, Harris, and Kaepernick have made the biggest plays for Green Bay.
Kaepernick is 6-of-12 for 103 yards, 0 touchdowns and 1 interception through the air and 40 rushing yards with a touchdown. Rodgers is just 2-of-5 so far.