The Green Bay Packers have been stalling out on offense all afternoon long at Soldier Field, but suddenly they find themselves in a tie game against the Chicago Bears. With the Packers trailing 14-6, Jamaal Williams found the end zone on a ten-yard run and Davante Adams converted a two-point conversion to tie the game at 14.
Bears head coach Matt Nagy helped set up the Packers’ tying drive. He called for a fake punt on fourth-and-two at about midfield, and the Packers’ special teams unit was ready for it. Three plays later, Aaron Rodgers threw a dime to Adams for a 28-yard gain up the sideline, the Packers’ longest play of the day.
Following a ten-yard pass to Adams on the next play, Rodgers handed off to Williams running right on first and goal from the ten. Williams cut upfield and ran untouched into the end zone for the score:
A quick slant from Rodgers to Adams on the two-point conversion tied the game at 14, which is where the game stands with the Bears taking over late in the third quarter.