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Second Quarter:

Packers widen margin

(9:10pm) - Aaron Rodgers threw his sixth touchdown pass of the first half, an 18-yarder to Randall Cobb, to give the Packers a 42-0 lead with :14 left in the second quarter.

Packers make it 35-0

(8:45pm) - Eddie Lacy turned a short, two-handed pass from Aaron Rodgers into a 56-yard touchdown, giving the Packers a 35-0 lead with 4:48 left in the third quarter.

The Packers have now scored 59 straight points against the Bears.

Bears come up short

(8:39pm) - The Bears reached the Green Bay 4-yard line, but they turned the ball over on downs when Sam Shields broke up Jay Cutler's pass intended for Alshon Jeffery in the left flat on fourth-and-goal.

Packers go ahead 28-0

(8:30pm) - Another drive, another wide open receiver, another touchdown for Jordy Nelson.

The Packers increased their lead to 28-0 as Aaron Rodgers hit a wide open Jordy Nelson for a 40-yard touchdown with 12:09 left in the second half.

Rodgers has now thrown eight TDs in a game and a half against the Bears this season.

Packers take 21-0 lead

(8:21pm) - The Packers made it 21-0 on the first play of the second quarter as Aaron Rodgers lofted a 73-yard touchdown pass to an uncovered Jordy Nelson.

It appeared that Tim Jennings thought he had help over the top, but the only safety who was deep in the secondary, rookie Brock Vereen, was in the middle of the field.

First Quarter:

Packers extend lead to 14

(8:00pm) - Aaron Rodgers rifled a 4-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Quarless as the Packers extended their lead to 14-0 with 3:53 left in the first quarter.

The TD came after Jay Cutler's poorly thrown pass intended for tight end Martellus Bennett was intercepted by Micah Hyde, who returned it eight yards to the Chicago 23. It was the first interception of Hyde's career.

The Packers have now scored 38 straight points against the Bears dating back to their Week 4 win in Chicago.

Packers take 7-0 lead

(7:55pm) - Aaron Rodgers tossed a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Brandon Bostick on fourth-and-goal to give the Packers a 7-0 lead with 6:13 left in the first quarter. The TD capped a 12-play, 71-yard drive on Green Bay's first possession of the game.

The Bears have now failed to force a Packers punt or turnover on 10 straight possessions dating back to last year's season finale. The 10 drives have resulted in eight touchdowns, one field goal and one blocked field goal.

Rodgers has now thrown an NFL record 22 touchdown passes since his last interception at Lambeau Field.

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