Eddie Lacy established the ground game, but it wasn't enough to avoid an upset loss for the Packers against the Bears, 27-20, at home.
Seneca Wallace finished 11 for 19 passing for only 114 yards and no touchdowns and one pick. Josh McCown put up better numbers for the Bears, and wound up 22 for 41 with 272 yards passing, two touchdowns and no interceptions.
Lacy was a standout player for the Packers, rushing for 150 yards on 22 attempts with a score. Jordy Nelson caught four passes for 67 yards.
The Green Bay defense gave up 171 yards rushing and 272 passing. They got to McCown once for a sack.
Bears running back Matt Forte was impressive, churning out 125 yards rushing, 54 receiving and one touchdown. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall also performed well with 107 receiving yards and one touchdown.
The Packers will play host to the Eagles (4-5) next week while the Bears play against the Lions (5-3), also at home.
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