Scoring summary: Bears 19, Packers 7

The Bears didn't come up with an offensive touchdown, but four field goals by Robbie Gould along with some help from the defense proved to be enough against the Packers.

SECOND QUARTER: K Robbie Gould 21-yard field at 13:34. Following a 21-yard punt return by Rashied Davis the Bears started at the Green Bay 35. Thomas Jones' 27-yard run gave the Bears first and goal at the three, but the offense failed to put the ball in the end zone. Possession: 6 plays, 32 yards in 1:58. Bears 3, Packers 0.

RB Samkon Gado 2-yard touchdown run at 7:03. Following a fumble by Jones, Green Bay started with good field position. Two runs by Gado yielded 21 yards and put the Packers in Chicago territory. An 18-yard completion from QB Brett Favre to WR Antonio Chatman turned into a 33-yard gain because of a roughing the passer penalty on Tank Johnson. A third down completion to Donald Driver set up first and goal and Gado finished the drive. PAT by Ryan Longwell was good. Possession: 8 plays, 60 yards in 3:59. Packers 7, Bears 3.

Gould 40-yard field goal at 4:33. The Bears answered Green Bay's score with Gould's second field goal. A 34-yard completion from QB Kyle Orton to WR Bernard Berrian accounted for half of team's passing yards on the day. Adrian Peterson carried three times for 15 yards. Possession: 6 plays, 49 yards in 2:23. Packers 7, Bears 6.

Gould 25-yard field goal at 0:02. A Charles Tillman 95-yard interception return gave the Bears the lead before the half. He picked off Favre in the end zone and nearly brought the ball back for a touchdown. With just 6 seconds left on the clock the Bears settled for a field goal. Possession: 1 play, 0 yards in 0:04. Bears 9, Packers 7.

FOURTH QUARTER: Gould 35-yard field goal at 8:22. Peterson carried 8 times for 34 yards. Berrian caught two balls for 25 yards. However, the Bears had to settle for a field goal when Peterson failed to gain one yard on two carries that would have continued the drive. Possession: 11 plays, 63 yards in 6:26. Bears 12, Packers 7.

CB Nathan Vasher 45-yard interception return for a touchdown. The Packers had the ball with a chance to take the lead when Vasher stepped in front of an errant pass from Favre. He went untouched the other way for his second touchdown of the season. PAT by Gould was good. Bears 19, Packers 7.

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