Justin Fields runs for 3-yard touchdown to give Bears a 7-3 lead

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The Packers took the opening kickoff and drove 53 yards in 13 plays. They stalled after reaching the Chicago 13, though.

A false start on Josh Myers moved the Packers back 5 yards was followed by two incompletions and a Trevis Gipson sack of Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay settled for a 40-yard Mason Crosby field goal and a 3-0 lead.

Rodgers went 3-of-6 for 37 yards on the opening drive.

The Bears went 71 yards in seven plays to take a 7-3 lead on a 3-yard touchdown run by Justin Fields.

His only pass attempt on the first possession was a 30-yard completion to Equanimeous St. Brown. David Montgomery had four carries for 38 yards.

1 responses to “Justin Fields runs for 3-yard touchdown to give Bears a 7-3 lead

  1. And then the Bears called completely different types of plays after that. And did horrible.

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