Packers' Jordan Love connects with Bo Melton, Tucker Kraft for TDs

The fourth time was the charm for the Green Bay Packers in the red zone.

After coming up with a pair of field goals on their first three trips inside the San Francisco 49ers' 20-yard line, the Packers finally found the end zone on a 19-yard touchdown from quarterback Jordan Love to receiver Bo Melton to give the Packers a 13-7 lead with 9:27 left in the third quarter Saturday.

49ers safety Tashaun Gipson Sr. slipped in coverage on the play.

It came one play after a 41-yard pass interference penalty -- also on a throw to Melton -- against cornerback Ambry Thomas. That came on a third-and-15 from the Packers' 40-yard line on a drive that was seemingly going nowhere.

Some credit for the Packers' next touchdown should go to backup linebacker Eric Wilson, who recovered a Keisean Nixon fumble at the end of a 73-yard kickoff return.

That set up a 5-yard touchdown pass from Love to rookie tight end Tucker Kraft. A 2-point conversion pass to Aaron Jones gave the Packers a 21-14 lead with 5:23 left in the third quarter.