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Green Bay Packers Win 5 Straight

By Kristofor Molson     Dec 13, 2009 in Sports
The Green Bay Packers keep their playoff hopes alive after winning their fifth straight game by beating the Chicago Bears 21-14.
At a chilly Soldier Field the Green Bay Packers faced the Chicago Bears in Chicago, Illinois. The Green Bay Packers are trying to turn their season around after a 4-4 start. The Bears continue to struggle after losing All-pro middle line backer Brian Urlacher.
Green Bay played great opening defense making the Chicago Bears go three and out punting the ball to the Packers. Green Bay's running back Ryan Grant exploded for 62 yards and a touchdown on the Packer's first offensive play of the game. Bear's quarterback Jay Cutler tried to keep Chicago close with a touchdown pass to receiver Johnny Knox, but Packer's kicker Mason Crosby added a 33 and 26 yard field goal to give them a 13-7 lead at the half.
The Chicago Bears took the lead 14-13 in the third quarter with a 10 yard touchdown pass to receiver Devin Aromashodu. Ryan Grant continued his excellent day of rushing for the Packers by adding another touchdown run and quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for the two point conversion.
Ryan Grant led all rushers with 137 yards rushing on 20 carries with 2 touchdowns. Charles Woodson putting his bid in for defensive player of the year by adding another interception to his total and had 2 tackles from the corner back position. Bear's quarterback Jay Cutler is still struggling at the quarterback position throwing 2 more interceptions. With this win the Packers are closer to their playoff berth.
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