NFL: Packers 21, Bears 15

Posted: 14th September 2009 by MJ Kasprzak in NFL
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The Tale of Two Games. Well, actually more like three. There was the first half, dominated by the Packers defense. The Packers gave up a safety and forced three Jay Cutler interceptions that led to two easy scores for the offense, ending the half up 10-2. Then there was the first 20 minutes of the second half, dominated by the Bears. They scored 10 points and kept the Packers from generating anything on offense. Then one of the strangest plays I have seen in the four decades I have been watching this storied rivalry took place. The Bears were facing a 4th-and-11 from their own 25, the long snapper thought the Bears could get a free play because Clay Matthews was still on the field. However, the upback did not see him signal the direct snap, and while he caught the ball, he was easily stopp ...

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