First TD drive started Packers' scoring streak

Tying touchdown sent Green Bay on its way

QB Aaron Rodgers

GREEN BAY – The game hadn't started well for the Packers, but once they answered the Steelers' opening score, they got rolling.

For that reason, Green Bay's first touchdown drive to tie the game in the first half is the Chevy Drive of the Week from Sunday's 27-17 victory.

With the Steelers leading 7-0, the Packers had crossed midfield but punted on their first possession. Their next drive started at their own 36-yard line and was rather methodical.

Green Bay went 64 yards in 13 plays, spanning the first-quarter break and consuming four minutes, 51 seconds on the clock. No single play was longer than 12 yards.

RB AJ Dillon accounted for the first 26 yards, running twice for 10 and then catching a pass for 16. A short completion to WR Davante Adams was followed by a near-miss of TE Marcedes Lewis down the sideline, setting up third-and-6.

That's when QB Aaron Rodgers and WR Randall Cobb went to work. An 8-yard pass to Cobb converted on third-and-6. After a 6-yard run by Dillon, a 12-yard connection with Cobb converted on third-and-4. Then a 4-yard run by RB Aaron Jones preceded Rodgers' 4-yard scramble for a touchdown, and the Packers were on the board.

It was the first of five consecutive scoring drives for the Packers, a streak that lasted until late in the third quarter, helping build a 17-point lead.