It has been a slow, ugly game so far between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears. The Packers had two early red-zone opportunities but were held out of the end zone both times - they kicked one field goal and were stoped on an early fourth-and-goal from the one.
After the Bears tied the football game with a field goal just after the two minute warning, the Packers moved the ball at their most efficient pace of the night - Aaron Rodgers worked to Randall Cobb and Davante Adams often, driving to about the Bears’ 20 with 30 seconds left. However, Cobb could not get both feet down after catching the football in the very back of the end zone, and the Packers had to settle for a second field goal and a 6-3 lead.
The Packers will get the football first to start the second half, after deferring their choice following the opening kickoff.