Green Bay scored touchdowns on three of their next four full possessions after the delay sent the team to the locker room between the first and second quarters.
Adams left on a stretcher – giving a thumbs up sign – and was taken to the hospital where he was being evaluated for head and neck injuries, and a possible concussion.
Clay Matthews forced a fumble on a strip sack of Mike Glennon that led to the first Rodgers touchdown of the night.
After Adams left the game, Nelson caught both of his touchdowns to give Green Bay a commanding 35-7 advantage.
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