Their biggest takeaway caused a 10-point swing and gave the Packers the lead early in the third quarter. With the Bears given first-and-goal at the Packer 1 after a pass interference penalty, Rod Walker came up with a Jim Miller fumble. Green Bay turned it into a 14-play, 90 yards drive culminating in Ryan Longwell's 27-yard field goal.
The Packers' took a nine-point lead after William Henderson's TD which also resulted from a turnover. The Packers started the drive with favorable field position after Tyrone Williams' forced fumble. On third-and-4, Jim Miller completed to Dez White for a loss of a yard, but Williams forced tje fumble that was recovered by Antuan Edwards at the Chicago 35-yard-line.
Williams also came up with an interception on Jim Miller's pass intended for Marcus Robinson at the Green Bay 45-yard-line within the first minute of the second half.
Ironman, etc: Playing in his 171st consecutive regular season game today, Brett Favre extended the second-longest such streak in team history. Only Forrest Gregg played in more consecutive regular season games for the Packers, holding the record at 187. Also today, Favre extends his NFL record for consecutive regular season starts by a quarterback to 169. That's the longest active streak among NFL players at any position.
More Favre: Brett Favre has now thrown a touchdown pass in 22 straight games against the Bears. That's the second longest such streak in NFL history, behind only Dan Marino's streak of 24-straight games with TD passes against the New York Jets.
Crazy Play: The final play of the first half started at the Chicago 34-yard-line. Brett Favre looked for Donald Driver in the end zone but the pass was picked off by Damon Moore. Moore started his return down the right sideline, but fumbled as he approached midfield. Mike Flanagan recovered the fumble and looked to return it the other way. His lateral pitch to Brett Favre was caught by Chicago's Roosevelt Williams, who raced toward the Packers end zone before being caught and tackled by Javon Walker at the 14-yard-line to end the quarter.