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Pack Lets Chance Slip Away in 27-20 Loss to Bears

Bears tight end Greg Olsen (82) catches a pass in front of Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins (36

If the Packers wanted to bury the Bears once and for all Sunday night, they let their shot slip away.  After leading by 10 in the second half, the Pack lost that lead and the game, falling to the Bears 27-20  at Lambeau Field.  Bears quarterback Brian Griese connected with Desmond Clark on a 34-yard touchdown with 2:05 to play to cinch the win.   Griese also hit Greg Olsen from 19 yards out in the third quarter as Chicago overcame a 20-10 deficit. Brett Favre  finished 29-of-40 for 322 yards and a score, but also threw a pair of costly interceptions.  Favre tied George Blanda for the most career picks with 277.  DeShawn Wynn tallied 78 yards rushing and a TD on 13 carries for Green Bay, which lost for the first time this season to slip to 4-and-1. The Pack plays the Washington Redskins next Sunday.

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