FIRST QUARTER: TE Bubba Franks 17-yard touchdown reception from QB Brett Favre at 3:22. Favre completed five-of-five for 84 yards, including a 23-yard completion to Ahman Green on 3rd and 17 The scoring pass to Franks means Favre has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 26 straight games against the Bears. PAT by Ryan Longwell was good. Drive: 10 plays, 86 yards in 5:32. Bears 7, Packers 7.
SECOND QUARTER: FB William Henderson 38-yard yard touchdown reception from Favre at 13:16. Donald Driver beat Jerry Azumah for a 48-yard completion to open the drive. The following play, Mike Green fell down in coverage and Favre found Henderson wide open for the touchdown. With two scoring passes, Favre reached 30 in the season for an eighth time in his career. PAT by Longwell was good. Drive: 2 plays, 86 yards in 0:55. Packers 14, Bears 7.
SECOND QUARTER: FS Darren Sharper 43-yard interception return for a touchdown at 11:52. Hutchinson changed his read several times before trying to hit Bobby Wade over the middle on third and 2. Sharper jumped the pass and went untouched into the end zone. PAT by Longwell was good. Packers 21, Bears 7.
SECOND QUARTER: WR Javon Walker 25-yard touchdown reception from QB Craig Nall at 6:14. Even though Favre was on the bench, the Packers didn't miss a beat in the passing game. Nall hit all three of his passes for 64 yards on the possession. PAT by Longwell was good. Drive: 5 plays, 71 yards in 2:51. Packers 28, Bears 7.
THIRD QUARTER: Jones 1-yard touchdown run at 5:48. The Bears had punted the ball, but the Packers were flagged for having 12 men on the field, which gave Chicago a fresh set of downs. Hutchinson later converted a 4th and 2 with a 17-yard completion to Bernard Berrian. Jones busted a 16-yard run that gave the Bears first and goal. PAT by Edinger was good. Drive: 11 plays, 78 yards in 6:00. Packers 28, Bears 14.
THIRD QUARTER: PK Ryan Longwell 20-yard field goal at 0:41. The Chicago secondary struggled all day and Nall continued to pick apart the unit. He hit Walker for a 43-yard completion that moved the Packers deep into Chicago territory. Although the defense kept Green Bay out of the end zone, thanks for consecutive pass deflections by Lance Briggs and Nathan Vasher. Drive: 11 plays, 70 yards in 5:07. Packers 31, Bears 14.