Great job by the Bears playing that play-action. It looked really promising after the fake, but Jerrell Freeman didn't bite and took away Montgomery immediately.
Great hit by Tracy Porter.
Fourth and goal at the 1. McCarthy feeling like a gambler tonight.
Or maybe he's trying to get the Bears to jump. Rodgers calls timeout.
It comes down to individuals and then the routes they run. Not a lot of short routes until tonight.
Looked like Montgomery had a clear path to the EZ, but he cam up just short.
Great play by S Cre'Von LeBlanc. Went low and hit him right at the shins.
The ball is still at the half-yard line. If the defense holds, the gamble isn't a bad one.
The play looked good. Montgomery just isn't used to finishing as a running back. Part of having him in the game was they got the personnel look they wanted from the Bears.
That's the end of the first quarter.
Looks like he slammed his elbow on Peppers' helmet.
They're holding Hoyer's left arm as he comes off the field. Looks like the Bears will be going with Matt Barkley after this series.
Hoyer is headed to the locker room.
Looking at the replay a couple times, he definitely landed on his left elbow. Didn't look good at all.
I don't know what the Bears changed up in their rushing attack, but they seem to be taking the ball outside more and doing some trapping.
Don Jackson has a hand injury and his return is questionable.
I'm sure they are. Blame the NFL.
Packers have a third and 11 to defend and I expect an all-out blitz.
Not all-out but enough of a blitz to get Barkley to throw it quickly. Bears will settle for a field goal attempt. No sure thing with Connor Barth.
Packers have 125 yards to Bears' 112.
Rodgers is 15 of 22 for 105 yards, 79.0 rating.
Hoyer was 4 of 11 for 49 yards, 50.9.