Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers live updates from Lambeau Field

Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery runs from Green Bay Packers safety Darnell Savage during the first half, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022, in Green Bay, Wis.

GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Bears and Packers will resume their storied rivalry Sunday night at Lambeau Field. The two rivals will be meeting for the 205th time, and will be playing under the lights on Sunday Night Football.

Matt Eberflus’ team is looking to start off 2-0 with a win on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Packers are looking to avoid an 0-2 start to the season.

Follow @bears_insider for live updates all game long. Shaw Local Bears beat reporter Sean Hammond is covering the game live from Lambeau Field in Wisconsin. Follow him on Twitter at @sean_hammond and on Instagram at @bears_reporter.

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Packers add field goal, Fields throws INT

The Packers added a late field goal to extend their lead, 27-10. Following the kick off, Bears QB Justin Fields threw an interception that all but ended the game.

Bears force a fumble, add a field goal

Bears defensive lineman Mike Pennel recovered a Packers’ fumble midway through the third quarter. The Packers were looking to extend their lead, already a sizable advantage.

The Bears’ offense, however, couldn’t punch the ball into the end zone after the turnover. Cairo Santos made a 44-yard field goal, which cut into the Packers’ lead, 24-10.

Fields comes up short on fourth-and-goal

Justin Fields led the Bears’ offense down the field during a key fourth-quarter drive. He picked up a first down with his legs on a reaching attempt to give his team a chance, trailing two touchdowns.

A few plays later, he took a quarterback keeper and tried to score it himself, but the Packers defense stuffed him at the goal line.

Rodgers throws his 2nd touchdown of the night

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass to receiver Allen Lazard late in the second quarter. He led the Packers 67 yards on seven plays. The Packers extended their lead, 24-7, just before halftime.

Rodgers appeared to attack the Bears’ rookies in the secondary. He threw a tough completion to Randall Cobb with Bears cornerback Kyler Gordon in coverage.

Rodgers connects with Jones for touchdown

Aaron Rodgers threw his 450th career touchdown pass on a short toss to running back Aaron Jones, who ran in an 8-yard score. The Packers extended their lead, 17-7, in the second quarter.

A penalty had previously sent Green Bay moving backward. The Bears had them stuck in a first-and-20 situation, and then a second-and-28 situation. Still, Rodgers completed two chunk plays and gave his team a first down. Jones scored moments later.

Aaron Jones scampers into end zone

Packers running back Aaron Jones had a huge hole to work with on a 15-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter. The Packers made it look easy on a nine-play, 75-yard scoring drive. Green Bay grabbed the lead back, 10-7.

Fields runs in touchdown

On the Bears’ first possession of the game, the offense drove 71 yards on seven plays and capped it with a 3-yard touchdown run from quarterback Justin Fields. The Bears took their first lead, 7-3.

Earlier in the drive, Fields completed a flea flicker pass to receiver Equanimeous St. Brown for a 30-yard gain. The trickery worked for offensive coordinator Luke Getsy. Running back David Montgomery totaled 38 yards on four carries during the opening drive.

Bears hold Packers to field goal

Rookie cornerback Kyler Gordon had a nice pass break up and defensive end Trevis Gipson sacked Aaron Rodgers on third down to force a Packers field goal on their first drive of the game. Mason Crosby was good from 40 yards to give Green Bay a lead, 3-0.

Gordon’s pass break up came in a one-on-one situation against Green Bay receiver Allen Lazard.

Injury updates

For the Bears, receiver Velus Jones Jr. is inactive and will not play. Jones has been dealing with a hamstring injury for several weeks. He did not play in the season opener last week.

Defensive back Elijah Hicks, offensive lineman Michael Schofield, defensive back Lamar Jackson, offensive lineman Ja’Tyre Carter and tight end Jake Tonges are also inactive Sunday.

For the Packers, receiver Allen Lazard is active and will play after missing last week’s opener. Tackle David Bakhtiari is inactive. Also inactive for Green Bay is safety Tariq Carpenter, tackle Caleb Jones, lineman Sean Rhyan, receiver Samori Toure and defensive lineman Jonathan Ford.

Big moment for Justin Fields

Sunday will be one of the most-watched Bears games this season. It’s the only time the Bears are scheduled to play on Sunday Night Football, the NFL’s premier broadcast. Bears vs. Packers always draws a good viewing audience, too.

This will be a big moment for this young Bears team and quarterback Justin Fields. The Packers come in after losing their Week 1 opener to the Vikings. They will be hungry to remind the Bears where they stand in the NFC North pecking order.

Here are five things to watch during the game. Was anybody brave enough to pick the Bears? Here are our staff picks for this week’s game. If the Bears are ever going to “take the north,” as general manager Ryan Poles said, they’re going to have to go through the Packers at some point.

Also, be sure to check out Shaw Local’s weekend feature on cornerback Jaylon Johnson, who spoke about losing his friend in a shooting last year and his efforts to honor his friend through a nonprofit foundation.

Here’s what else happened at Halas Hall this week

Catch up on this week’s Bears news here.

Sean Hammond

Sean Hammond

Sean is the Chicago Bears beat reporter for Shaw Media. He also contributes to high school football coverage at Friday Night Drive. Sean has covered various sports at the amateur, college and professional levels since 2012. He joined Shaw Media in 2016.