Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • CHI 442
    • 312 GB
  • Turnovers

    • CHI 0
    • 1 GB
  • Possession

    CHI GB
    26:51 33:09
  • 1st Downs

    • CHI 25
    • 17 GB

Game Information

Lambeau Field
,
Coverage: ESPN
  • Green Bay, WI 54307
  • Line: GB -10.0
Attendance: 78,122
100%
Capacity: 72,928
Referees: Walt Anderson
11/5/2013 Associated Press

McCown guides Bears as Pack lose Rodgers

Josh McCown won the battle of the backups after Aaron Rodgers was hurt, getting lots of help from Brandon Marshall and Matt Forte to give the Chicago Bears a 27-20 win over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night.

Scoring Summary

ESPN1234T
Bears7107327
Packers10010020
first QuarterCHIGB
FG
12:28
Mason Crosby 30 Yard Field Goal is Good
8 plays, 59 yards, 2:36
03
TD
9:55
Brandon Marshall 23 Yard Pass From Josh Mccown
8 plays, 71 yards, 2:36
63
XP
9:48
Robbie Gould Kick is Good
8 plays, 71 yards, 2:36
73
TD
3:45
James Starks 32 Yard Run
1 play, 32 yards, 0:07
79
XP
3:38
Mason Crosby Kick is Good
1 play, 32 yards, 0:07
710
second QuarterCHIGB
TD
9:28
Matt Forte 1 Yard Run
6 plays, 60 yards, 3:36
1310
XP
9:26
Robbie Gould Kick is Good
6 plays, 60 yards, 3:36
1410
FG
0:02
Robbie Gould 24 Yard Field Goal is Good
12 plays, 93 yards, 4:16
1710
third QuarterCHIGB
TD
13:08
Eddie Lacy 1 Yard Run
2 plays, 57 yards, 0:53
1716
XP
13:04
Mason Crosby Kick is Good
2 plays, 57 yards, 0:53
1717
FG
8:48
Mason Crosby 23 Yard Field Goal is Good
10 plays, 46 yards, 4:19
1720
TD
2:46
Alshon Jeffery 6 Yard Pass From Josh Mccown
7 plays, 47 yards, 2:38
2320
XP
2:41
Robbie Gould Kick is Good
7 plays, 47 yards, 2:38
2420
fourth QuarterCHIGB
FG
0:53
Robbie Gould 27 Yard Field Goal is Good
18 plays, 80 yards, 8:58
2720

Research Notes

  • Forced to compete without Aaron Rodgers for the majority of the game Monday, the Packers ran designed rushes on 28 of 55 (50.9%) offensive plays. Coming into the game, the Packers had a 33-2 record since 2008 when calling designed rushes at least 40% of the time.

  • Eddie Lacy set career highs in rushing yards, yards after contact and yards between the tackles Monday.¿ Lacy's 150 rushing yards are the most by a Packers running back since Week 14 of 2007 (Ryan Grant - 156).¿ His 97 yards after contact are the most by any running back in a game this season, and the most by a Packers running back since Week 7 of 2009 (Ryan Grant - 102).¿ His 110 yards between the tackles are the most by a Packers running back since Week 5 of 2010 (Brandon Jackson - 115). The Packers' 156 rushing yards between the tackles are the most the Bears have allowed since Week 11 of 2008 (157, also against the Packers).

  • Matt Forte ran for 80 yards before contact Monday, his most since Week 4 of 2011 against the Panthers (147). The Bears' 113 rushing yards before contact are the most the Packers have allowed in a game this season, and the most the Bears have gained against them in their last 12 meetings (136 - Week 16 of 2007).--Forte ran for nine first downs, including five on the Bears' 18-play, 80-yard final drive. His six fourth-quarter rushing first downs are the most by a player in a game in the last three seasons.

  • Josh McCown completed eight passes traveling more than 10 yards downfield Monday. Brandon Marshall caught seven of those passes, his most in a game this season and the second-most in his career. Last season, Marshall had two such catches in two games against the Packers.--McCown's 13 passes when targeting Marshall traveled an average of 15.9 yards downfield. His 28 other passes traveled an average of 5.2 yards.

  • Aaron Rodgers' joins a laundry list of notable injured Packers this season.

  • Since Eddie Lacy returned from a concussion in Week 5, he has the most rushing yards in the NFL.

  • Green Bay's running game has come alive. Of its top-5 rushing performances over the last 5 seasons, 4 of them have come in its last 6 games. Green Bay has had an 80-yard rusher in each of the last 7 games. That is the longest streak in a single season in franchise history.

  • Highest Total QBR Since 2008

    Peyton Manning79.7
    Aaron Rodgers74.0*
    Drew Brees72.0
    Tom Brady71.5
    *Entering Monday Night

  • The Packers are 57-29 (.663) with Aaron Rodgers as their starting quarterback since his first career start in 2008 (Week 1). That is the 6th-best win percentage among qualified NFL quarterbacks during that span. Rodgers ranks 2nd in the NFL in touchdown passes and Total QBR during that span. He also has the best touchdown-to-interception differential in that span.

  • From Elias: The Bears' 442 total yards were their most ever in a win at Lambeau Field.

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