The Chicago Bears need a win Sunday night to keep their very faint playoff hopes alive, and so far they are not getting it done. Their bitter rival, the Green bay Packers, have opened up a 7-0 lead after one quarter and Chicago has already missed a chance at putting three points on the board.
Green Bay received the opening kickoff and wasted very little time in opening a 7-0 lead. The Packers went 80 yards in nine plays before Jermichael scored the game's first touchdown on a two yard pass from Aaron Rodgers.
The Bears had a chance to put points on the board on their first possession, but a promising drive ended with a missed field goal. The Bears needed 11 plays to move 60 yards, but Robbie Gould missed a 49-yard field goal wide right.
Kahlil Bell has been promising for the Bears with 59 yards rushing so far on 11 carries.