It was over when ...
Brandon McGowan intercepted Brett Favre in the end zone as time ran out. It was the Packers fifth turnover of the game and sealed the 27-20 victory for Chicago.
Green Bay's corners shut down Chicago's recievers for most of the night, but TE Greg Olsen had a breakout game, catching his first career touchdown pass one play after Brian Urlacher intercepted Favre in the third quarter. Olsen also caught a pass down the left sideline for 27 yards late in the fourth quarter, which helped keep a Bears' drive alive and led to Desmond Clark's game-winning touchdown. Olsen finished with four receptions for 57 yards.
The Bears' highly-touted defense finally showed up Sunday night, forcing five turnovers. In the first half, CB Charles Tillman forced two fumbles and stopped the Packers from blowing the game wide open. At the end of the third quarter, the Bears recovered a Charles Woodson fumble on a punt return to set up a 36-yard Robbie Gould field goal that tied the game 20-20.
This was the 174th installment of the Bears-Packers rivalry. ... Packers Rookie RB DeShawn Wynn ran for 59 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter before heading to the locker room with cramping. He returned in the second half and finished with 78 yards on 13 carries. ... The Packers were penalized 12 times for 93 yards.