News

Print
RSS

Week 17: Top 3 performance moments

Posted Dec 30, 2013

A quick glance at the highlights from Packers vs. Bears


HAWK FORCES FUMBLE LATE IN FIRST HALF

Late in the second quarter with the Packers leading 10-7, Bears QB Jay Cutler completed a pass to WR Alshon Jeffery. But as Packers CB Tramon Williams was in the process of tackling Jeffery, LB A.J. Hawk came in with a big hit to jar the ball loose. S Morgan Burnett recovered, lateraled to CB Sam Shields, and the Packers converted the turnover and good field position into a field goal before halftime and a 13-7 lead.

STARKS TAKES OFF ON 41-YARD RUN

Facing third-and-1 from their own 46-yard line midway through the third quarter, the Packers gave the ball to RB James Starks up the middle, and Starks burst through for what became a 41-yard run. The big play set up a touchdown and gave the Packers a 20-14 lead.

COBB HAULS IN 48-YARD TD PASS ON 4TH-&-8

With the season on the line on fourth-and-8 from the Chicago 48-yard line with less than a minute left, QB Aaron Rodgers dodged a potential sack by Bears DE Julius Peppers – with the help of a great block by FB John Kuhn – and spotted WR Randall Cobb running wide open down the middle of the field. Rodgers’ rainbow settled easily into Cobb’s arms for the score, and the Packers had a 33-28 victory and their third straight NFC North title.

 
blog comments powered by Disqus

You May Also Be Interested in...

Recent Videos

  • Rock Report: Graham, Wilkerson and McCray

    (2:10) Posted 17 minutes ago

    The first week of OTAs presents the opportunity to see newcomers like Jimmy Graham and Muhammed Wilkerson taking their first practice reps as Packers. It's also a chance to see who's lining up where. Analyst Larry McCarren has the story.

  • Aaron Rodgers talks an offseason of big changes

    (13:59) Posted 1 hour ago

    Hear from Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers as he speaks to the media following the second day of OTAs. Rodgers talks about competition in both the QB group and CB group as well as coaching changes.

  • Philbin: Rodgers is 'one step ahead' of the game

    (13:29) Posted 1 hour ago

    Offensive coordinator Joe Philbin spoke to the media Tuesday afternoon about working the Packers' quarterbacks, the importance of team identity and his working relationship with Head Coach Mike McCarthy.