One quarter is in the books in the 2011 NFC championship game and the visiting Green Bay Packers have the early advantage over the hosting Chicago Bears, 7-0. The Packers scored on their first drive and looked like they were going to pick up right where they left last week but since then the Bears have been able to keep the Packers off the board despite losing every major offensive category. The Packers have 9 first downs to only one for the Bears and Green Bay has out-gained Chicago 137 to 35 in total yards.
Individually, it’s the Aaron Rodgers show for the Packers. He’s 6-for-9 for 107 yards and just missed on a couple long passes that would have gone for huge gains. The Bears have held the ball for under five minutes and Jay Cutler leads them with 25 passing yards.