The Green Bay Packers were popular preseason favorites to reach the Super Bowl and after a fast start in the NFC Championship game, they are in a great position to deliver on those expectations. The Packers lead the Chicago Bears 14-0 in the second quarter at Soldier Field.
James Starks finished off a five-play, 44-yard drive with a four-yard touchdown run to put the Packers up by two scores. It’s been a dominating performance by the Packers who could really be up 28-0 at this point. They have out-gained the Bears 186 total yards to 33 and lead the first down category 13 to 1.
Aaron Rodgers is 8-for-11 for 138 yards passing and has one rushing touchdown. Starks, who’s touchdown run gave the Pack a 14-point lead, has carried nine times for 45 yards. It’s not looking good for a 25th anniversary Super Bowl party of the Bears.