After cutting the Green Bay lead to just two points just before half, the Jaguars couldn't get any offensive rhythm going in the third quarter and are still behind, 14-12.
Aaron Rodgers did find a rhythm as he drove the Packers down the field on a pair of drives, but the Packers strangely elected to attempt a fake punt that Tim Masthay threw woefully short and incomplete. On another drive, Rodgers drove the Packers deep in to Jacksonville territory, but the drive stalled and they were forced to settle for a 32-yard field goal from Mason Crosby. He banged it off the right crossbar.
Had the Jaguars had any offensive competency in the third quarter, they could have taken a lead; however, they finished with negative two yards of offense in the quarter. Blaine Gabbert struggled to find the stroke that he had in the first half.
The Packers have the ball near midfield to begin the fourth quarter.