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ESPN's 2nd Half Prediction For Eagles-Packers

Eagles QB Carson Wentz running with the football.

SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 03: Quarterback Carson Wentz #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles rushes against the Seattle Seahawks in the third quarter at CenturyLink Field on December 3, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

We've already seen tonight's Eagles-Packers game take several twists and turns, and that's through only two quarters of play.

Green Bay jumped out to a 10-0 lead early and looked poised to turn this into a runaway. Philadelphia looked to be in grave danger of falling to 1-3.

Then, everything changed. The Eagles scored a trio of second-quarter touchdowns, two on Carson Wentz touchdown throws and one on a short run by Jordan Howard to take a 21-13 lead.

But then Aaron Rodgers led a 75-yard drive in the final minute, capped off by a touchdown toss to Geronimo Allison. That leaves us with a 21-20 game going into intermission.

Green Bay will get the ball to start the second half and could really use another scoring drive. It would behoove them to continue to look for wide receiver Davante Adams, as the Eagles have given no indication they'll be able to cover him tonight.

ESPN has released its second half prediction for the game. The computer favors the home team.

Currently, ESPN gives the Packers a 59.2% chance of coming back and winning tonight.

You can catch the second half of Eagles-Packers from Lambeau Field momentarily.

The game is being broadcast on FOX and NFL Network.