If you take away the first and last drives of the first half the Chicago Bears defense has been rock solid. Unfortunately, the Green Bay Packers used the first drive and the last drive of the half to put points on the board. Green Bay holds a 14-3 lead at halftime at Lambeau Field, and the Bears have had plenty of mistakes that have prevented them from scoring points.
After the Bears missed a first quarter field goal Josh McCown was intercepted by Clay Matthews at the Green Bay 24 yard line. The bears forced a three and out, then responded with a lengthy drive that was capped by a 35-yard Robbie Gould field goal. That kick came with 1:56 left in the half, but it left plenty of time for the Packers offense.
It took Aaron Rodgers only 1:42 to move 65 yards in seven plays before Rodgers hit James Jones for a short touchdown pass to put Green Bay ahead 14-3.