Chicago Bears QB Caleb Hanie has already outscored Jay Cutler and Todd Collins, completing both of his passes for a total of 40 yards and adding a short scramble as Chicago traveled 67 yards for its first score. He’s not quite Aaron Rodgers yet, and sooner or later one of these quarterbacks had to take hold, but wow.
Suddenly Green Bay’s dominance throughout the game doesn’t look all that imposing. The Packers have left points on the board, most recently on that Rodgers interception to Brian Urlacher, and with Chicago taking the momentum and apparently finding a quarterback somewhere on its depth chart this fourth quarter is going to be interesting.
The highlight of the drive was a 32-yard pass to Johnny Knox on which the receiver could’ve scored but was unable to get the ball inside the pylon as he scooted out of bounds.
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