The Green Bay Packers offense has been struggling throughout the team’s 3-2 start to the regular season. Heading into the team’s Thursday Night Football match-up with their NFC North division rival Chicago Bears, the Packers had scored just 16 points in each of the previous two weeks.
It didn’t look good early on for the Pack as they struggled to convert in the red zone, having to settle for two field goals in the first half. In the second half, Rodgers and company were finally able to find pay dirt. The drive started with a big run from wide receiver turned running back Ty Montgomery.
That got the offense rolling and another catch from Montgomery set the team up with a 1st & goal from the five. Two plays later, Rodgers threw a jump ball for Davante Adams. Adams went up and got it.
Here’s another angle on it.
Not a great throw by Rodgers, but Adams bails him out. The touchdown put the Packers up 13-10 in the third quarter.