Bears Win in Lambeau for First Time Since 2007 [VIDEO]
Nolan Thomas | 11/05/13 | 4:40 PM EST 0 Comments
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NFC North up for grabs.



In what turned out to be a battle of the backup quarterbacks, Josh McCown and the Chicago Bears went into Lambeau Field and beat Seneca Wallace and the Green Bay Packers 27-20 on Monday night. It was the first Bears win in Green Bay since 2007.
 
Packers starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers was knocked out of the game after breaking his left collarbone on a sack by Shea McClellin on the first series of the game.
 
The big difference in this game was that McCown looked liked a polished starting quarterback while connecting on 22 of 41 passes for 271 yards with two TDs, no interceptions and a 90.7 rating while Wallace was definitely rusty.
 
These Bears are not the Bears of your father where the defense was feared and the offense mediocre, now these Monsters of the Midway have a powerful high scoring offense while the defense has been less than stellar this season. 

In this Article: CHICAGO BEARS | GREEN BAY PACKERS | JOSH MCCOWN | SENECA WALLACE

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