Green Bay, Wisconsin: The Bears finished 2023 with a 17-9 loss to the rival Packers on Sunday at Lambeau Field
Packers' Jordan Love completed 27 of 32 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns. With a passer rating of 128.6, he makes it difficult for defenses to contain. Green Bay's Aaron Jones had 111 yards on 22 carries.
After the game, the Bears finished with a 7-10 record and were in fourth place in the NFC North. They have lost eight straight games at Lambeau Field (last win in 2015) and 10 straight games against the Packers (last win in 2018)
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The Bears offense excelled in every aspect except scoring, scoring a total of 432 points, and the Packers lost many chances. Chicago managed just 192 yards on third down, going 3-for-11 and finishing with three touchdowns. They can't find the end either.
Midway through the fourth quarter, the Packers stopped the Bears near midfield. Leading by eight points with 6:08 left, Green Bay took control at its own 6-yard line and ended overtime
After winning the coin toss, Chicago elected to keep the ball. On the next play, Luke Van Ness connected with Justin Fields on an 18-yard pass from Equiniseous St. Brown went to Green Bay and was sacked for a 6-yard loss on the 26th play.
After forcing a punt on Chicago, the Packers began the second quarter with a six-man rush, with defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt plundering Fields for 8 yards
On a long pass over the middle from Jayden Reed, Green Bay gained 32 yards at their own 8-yard line after the kickoff. Bo Melton ran for 2 yards and passed over the middle to Wicks for 8 yards
At the Chicago 30, Melton caught an 11-yard pass from Love on a third-and-5 play. Jones gained 11 yards on the next play, putting Green Bay in the Bears' red zone