Bears Outscore Packers 14-13 In Second Half

GREEN BAY, WI—In a tight Sunday night battle between the NFC North rivals, the Chicago Bears ultimately outscored the Green Bay Packers 14-13 during the second half. “I’m very proud of what this team was able to accomplish tonight,” said head coach Marc Trestman in a post-game interview, heralding the impressive play from the Bears during the last two quarters of the game. The second half opened with a quick three and out for the Packers after the Bears defense stuffed Aaron Rodgers, however a Bears fumble on the ensuing drive resulted in a Mason Crosby field goal, bringing the second half score to 0-3. Jay Cutler responded on the next drive with a remarkable 45 yard strike to Brandon Marshal for a touchdown, but the Packers cut the Chicago lead to 7-6 with another Crosby field goal before the end of the third quarter. The final quarter started off poorly for the Bears, when Casey Hayward intercepted a Cutler pass and returned it 86 yards for a touchdown, but the Bears quickly responded when Chris Williams returned the following kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown, resulting in the final second half score of 14-13. “Our goal line stand at the end of the fourth quarter to keep it at 14-13 will be remembered as a highlight of this season,” added Trestman. At press time, sources confirmed there is nothing else to report.

Way to go Jay

Way to go Jay

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