As injuries to key players piled up, Green Bay's 18-point halftime lead continued to shrink. With the Packers unable to get anything going in the second half, the emotional Colts (2-2) -- playing less than one week after their head coach Chuck Pagano was diagnosed with leukemia -- came back to defeat Green Bay (2-3) in Indianapolis on Sunday afternoon.
Handing out grades following the Packers' 30-27 loss to the Colts:
Passing Offense: C
Nearly every aspect of the Packers' performance in Indianapolis was completely different from the first half to the second half, and their passing offense was just the start of it. Prior to halftime, quarterback Aaron Rodgers had orchestrated touchdown drives of 56, 65 and 66 yards as Green Bay took a commanding 21-3 lead. Not everything about the first two quarters was perfect, with Rodgers missing wide receiver Jordy Nelson deep down the right sideline on a pass that, if well thrown, would have likely been a touchdown. Plus, Jermicha...