By Nick Freimuth After putting up video game-like numbers in the first half Green Bay and San Francisco’s offenses slowed in the second half. The teams combined to put up 366 yards of offense in the first quarter and 547 total in the first half. Leading 17-14 at halftime, Green Bay fell behind in the third quarter but regained the lead just as time expired in a 33-30 victory. Mason Crosby was perfect on four field goals and three extra points but the dagger came as time expired and he hit the game-winner from 27 yards. Aaron Rodgers finished with 425 yards passing and two touchdowns. Davante Adams, Jimmy Graham and Marquez Valdes-Scantling each amassed over 100 yards receiving.
Green Bay is now (3-2-1) heading into their bye week. Their next game will be Sunday, October 28th in Los Angeles against the Rams. They follow that up with a trip to New England for Sunday Night Football on November 4th. Chicago still has a half-game lead over the Vikings and the Packers at (3-2).