The Green Bay Packers struggled to score against the Bears for the first two quarters on Thursday night. Despite multiple long drives in the first half, they came away with just 6 points. Then, on their first drive of the second half, Rodgers was sacked, fumbled and the Bears recovered in the end zone to go up 10-6.
Following that drive is when the Packers offense started to find their groove mainly behind the combination of Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams. Adams made a nice play to score the Packers first touchdown of the night. Then, on the Packers following drive, he got in the end zone again to score an easy second touchdown.
Some miscommunication left Adams wide open on the play, making for an easy score.