The Bears received the ball at the start of the third quarter trailing by 13-points, but they'd manage to get themselves on the scoreboard six minutes into the second half. Robbie Gould added a field goal, but it probably should have been seven instead of three. Brandon Marshall dropped a sure touchdown that would have pulled the Bears to within a single score. Here's the drop in .gif form:
Green Bay will start the fourth quarter with the ball and a 10-point lead. If the Bears are going to come back in this one, they'll likely be doing it without running back Matt Forte. Forte was injured when Charles Woodson rolled up on his ankle and has been taken back to the locker room. Michael Bush will now have to carry the load for the Bears ground game.
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