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Chicago Bears 10 vs. 27 Green Bay Packers summary: stats and highlights | NFL Week 2

The Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night from Lambeau Field using a 21 point second quarter to lead them to victory.

The Green Bay Packers got their first win of the season after blowing out NFC North rivals the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Stadium on Sunday Night. Aaron Jones had two touchdowns and 170 total yards in the 27-10 victory.

The NFL's oldest rivalry

It was the 203rd match up in what has become the oldest rivalry in the league, and it went very much like many of the matchups in the recent years. The Packers dominated as they have done for the last decade or so.

Aaron Rodgers kindly reminded Bears fans that he “owned them” last year after scoring a touchdown at Soldier field. That narrative proved true again on Sunday night in Green Bay.

After laying a dud in Minnesota last week the Packers offense had something to prove in their home debut. All week long Green Bay talked about needing to run the ball better after Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon barley saw the ball last week.

Rodgers heats up after slow start

Rodgers didn’t have the brightest of starts to the game, completing just five of his first 11, but didn’t miss another pass after that going 19/25 on the night. Jones and Dillon marched the Packers down the field in the opening drive of the game, but the Packers had to settle for a field goal in the early stages of the game.

Chicago got the ball after the field goal and Justin Fields orchestrated an impressive first drive which he finished with a three yard touchdown run to give the Bears their first and only lead of the game.

On the first play of the second quarter, Jones would get the hand off out of the shot gun and take it fifteen yards for the first touchdown of the Packers night. That would be the beginning of the end for the Bears, who went three and out of their next four possessions.

Green Bay scored two more touchdowns before the halftime break, one on a pitch pass to Jones for an eight yard touchdown catch and run and at the other one came with under a minute to go in the half when Rodgers hit Allen Lazard on a slant pattern for a five yard touchdown.

Goal line stand ends Bears comeback bid

The only mistake the Packers made came in the third quarter when the exchange between Rodgers and Dillon was fumbled and the Bears took possession. They broke their streak of four straight three and outs on that drive and put their first points on the board since their first drive of the night with a Cairo Santos field goal to make the 24-10.

The Bears would get a stop on the next Green Bay drive, and it seemed for a moment that Chicago was on the verge of making it a tense final quarter in the Frozen Tundra.

Fields and the Bears drove all the way down the field and on 3rd and Goal from the 6 yard line Fields tried to get to the pylon on a QB scramble. He dove for the end zone and the refs arms went up signaling a touchdown, but after review he was ruled a matter of inches short of the goal line. With eight minutes left, and down by two touchdowns the Bears had to go for it on fourth down, but Fields was stuffed on a quarterback sneak from the shot gun. He was stopped at the line of scrimmage and the Bears chances for a late comeback disappeared.

Aaron and Aaron lead the offense

The Packers would add another Mason Crosby field goal to stretch it to a three score lead as Green Bay eased to another win over Chicago. Rodgers proved once again that he still does own the Bears, as he improves his record to 23-5 all time against the Packs’ most hated rival.

The two-time reigning MVP threw for 234 yards and two touchdowns, while Jones did the heavy lifting in the running game. Jones had 132 yards and a touchdown on the ground, while Dillon chipped in another 61. The Packers offense went for a total of 414 yards after being heavily criticized for their opening performance in Minnesota.

Fields ended the night 7/11 for 70 yards as the Bears offense never got going after the first drive of the night.

The Bears will head back home and host Houston next Sunday, while the Packers have a massive match up with Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week.

Who knows how the game would have turned out if Fields sneaks this 4th down run into the end zone, but the Packers came up with the stop and avoided any late game drama.

Ridght before the half Rodgers hit Lazard to put the Packers in great position heading into the final two quarters.

Jones scored his second TD of the second quarter on this pitch pass for the eight yard TD.

Jones gave the Packers the lead with theis 15 yard touchdown run. Once the Packers had the lead, they didn't give it up.

The Bears took the early lead on the first possession of the game, but would go three and out on their next four possessions.




Dillon picks up the first down and that will do it for the Packers.

We are at the Two Minute Warning and the Packers need a first down to be able to kneel down the clock.


Fields escaped the pocket and let fly down the sideline looking for St. Brown, but it was Alexander who jumped the route and made the pick.

2:09 to go in the fourth quarter.


Crosby hits the 28 yard field goal and the Packers lead by three scores with Under 2:30 to go in the game.

27-10 Green Bay leads.

Rodgers hanging in the pocket and finds Dillon out of the backfield for a short gain of 6 yards.

4th and 5 coming up and the Packers will kick the field goal.

Jones wrapped up in the back field for a loss of 2.

3rd and 11 from the CHI 17.

Watson on the pitch pass gets smacked at the line of scrimmage.

2nd and 10 from the CHI 15.

Jones on the run to the right side and he pops outside and cuts up the field for a gain of 18.

JOnes has 132 yards on 10 carries.

1st and 10 from the CHI 15 with under 5 minutes to go in the game.

Rodgers taking a deep shot down field to Watkins and he hits his receiver in stride for 55 yards.

1st and 10 from the CHI 33.

Dillon wrapped up for a loss of 1 and the Bears are going to start using their timeouts with 5:50 to go in the fourth quarter.

2nd and 11 coming up out of the break.

Rodgers on the qb keeper and he picks up the first down with a 4 yard gain.

1st and 10 from the GB 13.

Jones with a run up the middle and that run goes for three yards.

3rd and 2 from the GB 8 yard line.

Dillon gets 5 yards on first down and the Packers will have a bit more room to operate on 2nd and 6.

The play is upheld, and the Packers get the ball inside their own one yard line.

The play is under review, and after loooking at the replay it is almost impossible to see so the refs may have no choice but to keep their decision on the field.


Fields is stuffed short of the goal line on a 4th and inches on a run out of the shotgun. The Bears needed a finger length to get to the end zone. Why they lined up in the shot gun there is inexplicable.

Will be interesting to hear from coach Eberfuls after the game on his reasoning behind that call.

Fields ran it in from 8 yards for the TD, but the play will be reviewed, and it looks like he came up short of the goal line.

4th and inches coming up and the Bears have to go for it after the refs rule he was short of the endzone.

Montgomery on a couple runs on 1st and 2nd and Goal and he picks up only a couple of yards.

3rd and Goal from the 8.

After review the refs rule that Field picked up enough for the first down.

1st and Goal from the 10 for the Bears.

Fields on the keeper and he was looking for the marker but was just short of the first down.

The Bears throw the challenge flag wanting the refs to review where the ball was when Fields stepped out.

Montgomery runs left and picks up a 5 yards which will set up 3rd and 5.

Herbert gets 6 yards on 1st and 15 after a false start backed up the Bears.

2nd and 9 coming up as we approach 11 minutes left in the game. The Bears can't afford anything other than a touchdown on this drive.

Herbert breaks a run loose and the Bears are running all over the Packers.

1st and 10 for the Bears after the 27 yard run from Herbert.

Montgomery again! He picks up the first down and more on 2nd and 20 after a 24 yard pick up.

1st and 10 from the GB 47.

Field dropped for a loss of 10 yards after the roll out was picked up by Smith.

2nd and 20 from the CHI 25.

Montgomery dancing through the defense and picks up 14 yards and a first down.

1st and 10 from the CHI 35.

Fields going down field for the first time maybe all game. He overthrew Mooney, but Chicago are going to have to start taking some chances.

2nd and 10 from the 21.

Fields and the Bears start their drive from their own 10 yard line.

Montgomery picks up 11 on first down and that's another nice start to the drive.

Rodgers hits Doubs on the right side, but that goes for 7 yards and the Packers will punt again.

We are at the end of the third quarter, and a couple mistakes by the Packers on the last two drives cut their possessions short and the Bears will get the ball after the break.

The snap hits Watson who was in motion and causes a fumble which is recovered by the Packers, but it will be 3rd and 22 after a 12 yard loss.

Dillon moves the chains with a four yard burst up the middle.

1st and 10 from the GB 45.

Jones again on 1st down and he picks up 8 yards.

2nd and 2 from the GB 41.


Rodgers pass is incomplete looking for Jones, but a defensive holding call will extend the drive for the Packers.

That's a tough penalty to commit on third down for a team trying to get back into this game.

Jones stopped for a rare short gain of 2 yards.

3rd and 6 coming up for Rodgers and the Packers.

Rodgers to Tonyan on the sideline for a short gain of two yards.

2nd and 8 from the GB 26.

Green Bay will get the ball back at the 24 yard line looking to respond after the fumble last possession.


Santos drills the 44 yard field goal and the Bears are on the board for the first time since their opening drive. They aren't out of this game but they need to figure out a way to slow this Packers offense down.

Packers lead 24-10 with 5:11 to go in the third quarter.

Fields on the keeper after the read option and that play was sniffed out from the beginning.

The Bears will bring out the field goal unit seeking their first points since the first quarter.

Montgomery gets two straight rushes and picks up six yars and two yards which brings up 3rd and 2.

Fields over the middle to Griffin for a big gain down the field for 18 yards.

1st and 10 from the GB 31.

Back to Montgomery for a gain of 11 yards and the Bears are in Packers territory and have their first first down since the opening drive.

1st and 10 from the GB 49.

Montgomery carrying a few defenders for a gain of 9 yards. Nice gain on first dow, they could use a few more of those.

2nd and 1 from the CHI 40.


Just when it seemed like everything was going right for the Packers the handoff to Dillon is fumbled and the Bears are given a shot of life after Pennel makes the recovery six minutes into the third quarter.

Bears ball from the CHI 31.

On 2nd and 11 the Packers go to Dillon and he picks up 11 yards to move the chians.

GB have over 150 yards rushing tonight.

Jones busts another first down run this time for 36 yards and the Packers are in CHI territory.

Jones is over 100 yards on just 10 carries.

1st and 10 from the CHI 38 yard line.

Back to Jones on the ground and the 7 yards gain will move the chains.

1st and 10 from the GB 31.

GB starts their drive from the 14 yard line. Jones gets five yards on first down.

2nd and 5 coming up from the GB 19.

Fields over the middle on the short pass to Montgomery for 7 yards, but the Bears will be forced to punt again after a fourth straight three and out.

Fields dropped in the backfield by Gary for a loss of 7 yards and the Bears are backed up to 3rd and 9.


Fields on the QB keeper to pick up 7 yards.

2nd and 3 coming up for the Bears who are looking for their first first down since the opening drive.

We are back in Lambeau for the second half of action.

The Bears will get the ball first and start their drive from their 22.

The Packers are moving the ball with ease tonight which should come as a relief for Packers fans who saw the Packers struggle on the offensive end.

Rodgers will get credit for the pass on this play as Jones takes it for the 8 yard TD.

Jones with his first of two TDs in the first half. They one was ruled a run that went for 15 yards and a touchdown.

Fields led an excellent drive to start the night off for the Bears, but they haven't been able to do anything on the offensive end since then.

Jones has two TD, one rushing and one passing, for a total of 92 yards in the first half.

The Packers knew they needed their running game to step up after last week, and they have a combined 92 yards. Jones leading all rushers with seven carries for 54 yards and a TD.

Dillon has 31 yards on 10 rushes.

Rodgers had a rough start to the game completing just five of his first 11 passes, but connected on his next 8 passes. He is 13/19 for 164 yards and two TDs.

Fields is 5/6 for 45 yards, but hasn't done much outside of the first drive of the game.

The screen pass to Herbert goes for a couple yards but the Bears are going to let the clock run down and try to regroup in the second half.

Green Bay leads 24-7 at halftime after three unanswered touchdowns from Rodgers and the Pack.


Rodgers with the quick hitter to Lazard for the 5 yard TD pass and the Packers are rolling! They have scored on four of the five possessions they have had in the first half.

Packers lead 24-7 with 32 seconds to go in the half.

Rodgers on the money to Tonyan for a 9 yard gain.

2nd and 1 fromt he CHI 5.

Rodgers stepping up in the pocket and hitting Cobb on the right sideline for 20 yards.

1st and 10 from the CHI 14.

Dillon runs right for a gain of 3 yards.

2nd and 7 from the 34.

Rodgers to Jones on the screen passs out of the break and the Packers continue to get big plays on first down. Jones took it for 15 yards and the Packers will have a 1st down from the CHI 37.

Dillon takes it on first down and picks up a yard and that will bring us to the Two Minute Warning from Lambeau.

The Packers are in control, and looking to stretch the lead going into the halftime break.

Aaron Jones with another big gain of 1st down. This run goes for 14 yards and he has 54 yards on 7 carries.

1st and 10 from the GB 47.

Fields hits Brown for a nine yard gain, but that's well short of the first down marker, and the Bears go three and out for a third straight possession.

GB will get the ball back with 3:47 to go in the half looking to extend their 10 point lead.

Montgomery is wrapped up in the backfield for a loss of 5 yards.

The Bears will be looking at 3rd and long after the tackle in the backfield.

Fields' pass is incomplete to Kmet.

2nd and 10 coming up for the Bears.

Chicago starts their drive from the 15, and are looking to move the ball after going three and out on the last two possessions.


Rodgers with another pitch pass this time to Adams and Adams took it five yards for his second touchdown of the night.

Packers are pulling away before halftime. They lead 17-7 with under 5 minutes to play.

Dillon runs right and pick up 5 yards.

2nd and 5 from the CHI 8.

Rodgers over the middle and he finds Cobb who was lined up in the backfield. 9 yard pick up and that moves the chains after the Packers had 2nd and 28 just a few moments ago.

1st and 10 from the CHI 13.

Dobbs on the WR screen and he gets a couple big blocks down the field for a gain of 20 yards.

3rd and 8 coming up from the CHI 23.

Rodgers goes down again and that's the third time he has been sacked.

2nd and 28 fromt he CHI 42.

Dillon picked up another big chunk on first down, but a holding call will wipe that play off the board.

1st and 20 from the CHI 34.

Back to Jones on 1st down and he picks up 8 yards. Then Dillon moves the chains on 2nd and short with a 9 yard gain.

1st and 10 fromt he CHI 24.

Jones on the run out of shot gun goes left and picks up the first down on a gain of 4 yards.

1st and 10 from the CHI 41.

The Packers gets the ball at their 46 to start their drive.

Rodgers goes to Cobb after the play action fake, and the pass play picks up 9 yards.

1st and 10 from the CHI 45.

Fields makes the completion over the middle to St. Brown but was over the line of scrimmage and the flags fly.

That brings up 4th and 12 and the Bears go three and out for the second time after their first drive TD.

Back to Herbert on the ground for a gain of 4 yards.

3rd and 11 coming up from the CHI 19.

Herbert gets a yard on 1st and 15.

2nd and 14 coming up for the Bears.

Here come the Bears starting the drive from their 20 yard line after a 72 yard punt by O'Donnell.

Chicago starts their drive with a false start.

1st and 15 as the Bears are going backwards.

Rodgers is sacked on 3rd down for a loss of 11 and the Packers will bring out the punting unit.


Rodgers looking for Davis on the left side, but the pass in incomplete. Rodgers is just 5/11 for 70 yards.

3rd and 10 coming up for the Packers.

Aaron to Aaron and Jones takes it to the house on the 15 yard TD run. And of course the Lambeau Leap to cap it off.

Fields with the opening TD of the game after a fantastic first drive.

Rodgers starts the drive with an incomplete pass looking for Watkings.

2nd and 10 from the GB 39.

Screen pass to Montgomery as the Bears go conservative on 3rd and long. That play picks up a few yards but won't get close to the first down marker and the Bears will have to punt for the first time tonight.

Fields looking for Mooney in the slot and he gets eaten up for a loss of 4 yards.

3rd and 19 for the Bears.

The Bears start their drive fromt he 20 and Fields is dropped in the backfield for a loss of 5.

2nd and 15 coming up.


Aaron Jones on a 15 yard TD run out of the shot gun and he leaps in to the stands for the season's first Lambeau Leap!

Packers lead 10-7 on the first pay of the second quarter.

We are at the end of the 1st quarter! The Bears went up early on a first possession touchdown.

Dillon swallowed up in the backfield and the Packers will be looking at 2nd and long.


Watkins over the middle for the second time tonight and that connection is good for 24 yards.

1st and 10 for the Packers who are at the CHI 14.

Jones picks up 5 yards and the run game is looking much better for the Packers tonight.

1st and 10 from the CHI 48.

Watson gets the pitch pass on the sweep as he picks up 9 yards.

2nd and 1 from the CHI 43.

Rodgers breaks out of the pocket and picks up a few yards, but a flag was thrown against the Bears for illegal contact down field.

1st and 10 from the 48

Rodgers misses a wide open receiver, you don't see that too often. He was looking for Dillon, but left it behind him.

2nd and 10 from the GB 36

Dillon picks up the first down on a 6 yard run.

1st and 10 from the 36 for GB

Dillon picks up 6 yards on 1st down.

2nd and 4 coming up for the Packers from the 31..

The Packers will get the ball back looking to take lead. They will start their drive from the 25.


Field takes it on his own and makes a mad dash to the pylon for the 3 yard TD. Great start to the Bears night on an opening drive touchdown.

Chicago leads 10-3 with 4:37 to go in the first quarter.

Montgomery takes the hand off for nine yards and the Bears are inside of the Packers 5 yard line.

2nd and 1 from the GB 3.

Montgomery on the run picking up 13 yards and the Bears are knocking on the door.

1st and 10 from the GB 12.

The flea flicker out of the timeout for the Bears and Fields hits St. Brown on the comebacker for 30 yards.

1st and 10 from the 25.

Field fumbles the snap but pounces on the ball for a loss of a yard.

2nd and 11 coming up for Chicago who got away with one there.

Montgomery gets the hand off again and drags the pile for a big gain of 12 yards.

1st and 10 from the CHI 45.

Montgomery picks up 4 yards on first down.

2nd and 6 from the CHI 35.

Here comes Justin Fields and the Bears who will start their drive from the 29 yard line.


After a 13 play drive Mason Crosby bangs home the 40 yard field goal.

Packers are on the board first, and lead 3-0 wiith 8:33 left in the first quarter.

Rodgers sacked in the backfield for a loss 5 yards.

The Packers drive comes to an end and GB will try for a field goal.

Great break up by Gordon on the Rodgers shot to the endzone looking for Lazard. He looked wide open, but some tremendous recovery speed from Gordon keeps the Packers off the board.

3rd and 15 from the GB 18.

Rodgers breaks out of the pocket and finds Jones up the sideline for a gain of 15 on 3rd and 10.

1st and 10 from the CHI 13.

Dillon up the middle on 1st and 10 gets two yards, but then gives them back on 2nd and 8 on a run that lost two yards.

3rd and 10 coming up for the Packers.

On 3rd and 7 Rodgers finding Lazard for 8 yards as he makes the catch right behind the marker.

1st and 10 from the CHI 28.

Dillon picks up three yards on a run to the right side.

2nd and 7 from the CHI 37.

Rodgers over the middle hitting Watkins on the slant for the 14 yard gain.

1st and 10 for the Packers who are in Bears territory already.

GB going back to Jones on the ground and he picks up 4 yards on 1st down.

2nd and 6 from the GB 47.

Jones gets it on first down and runs left and a personal foul on the Bears will push the Packers up the field to the GB 43.

We are underway from Lambeau!

The Bears won the toss and differed so Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will get the ball first from the 25.

The Packers are 10 point favorites and the Over/Under is 24.

10 points is a lot but I think the Packers cover in a shootout. Take Green Bay and the over.

All time semis

This is the 202nd regular season game between the Bears and the Packers. The Packers lead the series 102-94-6, and have pulled way in the Aaron Rodgers era. The Packers won the last match up in a shoot out back in December when the took down the Bears 45-30.

Packers preseason

For the second straight season the Green Bay Packers started their season with an underwhelming performance. Last year they got blown out by the New Orleans Saints, and last week painted a very similar picture. Before the season Aaron Rodgers told reporters that the Saints loss last year could be chalked up to the Packers starters lack of reps during the preseason.

The same thing happned last week in their loss to the Vikiings.

The Bears rolling into the Tundra

The Bears know Lambeau Field well, and they will be thankful their first of two matchups against the Packers this season will be played on a crisp summer night, and not the Frozen Tundra that the Packers stadium turns into as the season go down.

The MVP is in the building

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers make their home debut tonight looking to forget about last weeks flat performance in Minnesota. Rodgers has won the NFL MVP in each of the last two years, but has some young receivers that still need some time to fit into the system.

Bears last week

Chicago won a slug fest against the San Francisco 49ers in the Windy City to open their season. They went down by 10 points in the third quarter, but came back to score 19 unanswered points. It wasn’t a pretty win for the Bears who forced two turnovers in the pouring rain. The Bears finished the game with a total of 204 yards, and Justin Fields had just 121 yards, but threw for two touchdowns in the final two quarters to secure the first win of the season.

Packers last week

Green Bay started their season looking like a completely different team than the one that went to the Divisional round of the playoffs last year. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers totaled 338 yards, but scored just a touchdown against the Vikings. Rodgers had 195 yards passing in a game where the Packers were just 3/9 on third down.

We are live from Green Bay

Hello everyone and welcome to legendary Lambeau Field as the Bears and the Packers will square off for the 202nd time in the regular season. The Packers come into this week looking for their first win after losing their opener against the Minnesota Vikings, while the Bears are looking to go 2-0 to start the season following their Week 1 win over San Francisco.

Bears vs. Packers

It’s an NFC North battle to close out the second Sunday of the NFL regular season as Green Bay host Chicago from Lambeau Field. AS English will be with you for tonight’s prime-time game providing live coverage, stats, highlights and analysis of the Week 2 showdown between the Bears and the Packers.


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