Long drive, no points

Posted by Mike Spofford on September 27, 2010 – 7:52 pm

The Bears held the ball for nearly half of the first quarter — 6 minutes, 38 seconds — but came up empty when K Robbie Gould missed a 49-yard FG.

Chicago converted two third downs, one via penalty on CB Charles Woodson. But on the final third down, Woodson came free on a blitz, QB Jay Cutler had to get rid of the ball early, and CB Tramon Williams made the tackle short of the first down.

The Packers got their 11th sack of the season earlier in the drive. It was rookie Frank Zombo’s second sack of the season.


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