It was not pretty, but it worked for the Green Bay Packers as they escaped Chicago with a 10-3 victory over the rival Bears.
The Packers were held to negative yards in the first quarter, but were able to escape it down only three after Eddy Pineiro hit a 38-yard field goal. After finding Marquez Valdes-Scantling for a big gain, Aaron Rodgers was able to find Jimmy Graham in the end zone in the second quarter to go into the half up 7-3. The Packers extended their lead thanks to Mason Crosby in the fourth quarter and held onto it thanks to some timely sacks and an interception by former Bear Adrian Amos.
The Packers are back home for five of their next six games including next Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.