Deep Threat: The game's first score, an 85-yard pass from Packers quarterback Brett Favre to wide receiver Donald Driver, is the longest play from scrimmage this season, surpassing the previous best was an 80-yard strike from Seattle's Trent Dilfer to Shaun Alexander against the Vikings on Sept. 29.

Passing By: The Bears allowed three more touchdowns via the passing game against the Packers, bringing their total to 12 for the year. Meaning the defense has given up as many touchdowns through the air in five weeks as they did all of last season.

Takeaway Streak: The Bears recorded a takeaway for the 23rd consecutive game (24 games including playoffs) when Mike Brown returned a Packers fumble 39 yards to set up the second Chicago touchdown. Monday marked the first game this season in which the Bears lost the turnover battle, giving up three interceptions and one fumble against the Packers one fumble and no interceptions.

Block That Kick: Marc Colombo blocked the first field goal of his career against Green Bay, turning away a 28-yard Ryan Longwell attempt. The block marked the second consecutive week the Bears have blocked a field goal attempt. Last week against Buffalo, James "Big Cat" Williams made a game-saving deflection of a 39-yard Mike Hollis attempt form 39 yards out to force overtime against the Bills.

Sack Record: Rosevelt Colvin recorded one sack against the Packers to set a new Bears team record with at least a half a sack in eight consecutive games, surpassing the mark Alonzo Spellman set from Dec. 1, 1994 to Sept. 17, 1995.

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