Early third-quarter TD extended Packers' advantage

Davante Adams caught three passes for 68 yards on the drive

WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

GREEN BAY – When the Packers got the 49ers down, they kept the pressure on.

Green Bay's first possession of the second half – a nine-play, 80-yard TD drive that consumed six minutes on the clock – removed any minimal doubt that might have remained about the outcome in the 34-17 triumph Thursday night.

The scoring march made the score 28-3 midway through the third quarter and is the Chevy Drive of the Week.

It started from Green Bay's own 20-yard line with a pair of runs by RB Aaron Jones for just three yards, setting up third-and-7. That was no problem for QB Aaron Rodgers and WR Davante Adams, who executed a stutter-go route up the far sideline, including a pump fake by Rodgers, and Adams hauled in the deep ball for a 49-yard gain.

From there, Jones had two more touches for 7 yards before Rodgers turned to Adams on third down again, connecting on an 11-yard pass to make it first-and-goal on the 10.

Short completions to TE Jace Sternberger (1 yard) and Adams (8 yards) set up third-and-goal from the 1. As Rodgers scrambled to his right, WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling broke free in the back of the end zone and made a diving catch for the score, giving him the first two-TD game of his career and the Packers a commanding lead.