Packers Rally in the Second Half to Beat the Bears at Lambeau, 26-10

The Packers improve to 4-2 with a win over the Bears on Thursday Night Football.

It almost looked like "here we go again" after Green Bay couldn't get into the end zone in the first half for a second straight game.

Receiver Randall Cobb with two chances in the first half could not hold onto one pass and couldn't stay in bounds for another.

The Packers settled for fields goals and were disappointed when they went for it on fourth down, but  Running Back Ty Montgomery was stopped at the goal line.

Packers were up  6-3 at half time. They went down in the third quarter with Rodgers sacked, then he fumbled and Leonard Floyd from the Bears came up with the ball.

The Packers found themselves down 10-6.

But finally, Rodgers got into the end zone thanks to Wide Receiver Davante Adams, once in the third and then another time in the fourth quarter.

In a post game media conference, Rodgers made special note of Adams' play. In the end he had ten catches for more than 100 yards.

There would be one more touchdown from Rodgers to Cobb.

Rodgers threw for 300 yards for the first time since week 9 of last season.

To ice the win, Linebacker Nick Perry intercepted Bears QB Matt Barkley who was in for the injured Brian Hoyer. Reports indicate it's a broken arm.

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