VIDEO: Tramon Williams Interception Return For Touchdown Ends First Half Of Packers-Falcons

Down 21-14 with under a minute left in the first half, the Falcons turned to Matt Ryan to get them close enough to kick a field goal and cut the Packers' lead. Tramon Williams wasn't about to let that happen: he promptly turned a Ryan throw into six points for the Packers with a great interception return for a touchdown.

Six days after grabbing an interception on a Michael Vick throw to seal the Packers' win over the Eagles on Wild Card Weekend, Williams jumped Roddy White's out route, snagged Ryan's throw, and raced 70 yards for a touchdown as time expired in the first half.

There's no award for the defensive player of the NFL playoffs. But if there were, Williams would have to be in contention so far. 

The pick-six put the Packers up 28-14 after Mason Crosby's extra point, and the Packers will get the ball first to begin the second half.

After the vivisection of the Falcons defense Aaron Rodgers performed in the first half (try 18 of 21 through the air for 234 yards and two touchdowns), the last thing the Falcons needed was for their offense to score points for the other team. Whoops.

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