8:15 PM ET, December 31, 2006
Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
CHICAGO (AP) -- If, indeed, this was his last game, Brett Favre went out in style.
Sadly, judging by his tears and postgame actions, it sure looks and sounds like Brett Favre -- the most durable, most compelling, most watchable quarterback of our NFL generation -- is going to call it quits. And he wasn't the only one getting all misty-eyed on Sunday.
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Green Bay's Ahman Green ran for 71 yards and became the first Packer to rush for at least 1,000 six times. ... Chicago's Cedric Benson rushed for 109 -- his first 100-yard game. ... Bears returner Devin Hester left in the third quarter with a strained calf. ... Chicago CB Charles Tillman missed his second straight game because of a sore back, while Packers WR Greg Jennings was out with an ankle injury.
Team Stat Comparison
Passing 1st downs
Rushing 1st downs
1st downs from penalties
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||4.8||5.9|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|Red Zone (Made-Att)||1-4||0-3|
|Defensive / Special Teams TDs||2||0|
|TD||9:36||Donald Driver, 9 yd pass from Brett Favre (Dave Rayner kick is good)|
Drive info: 11 plays, 75 yds, 5:29
|TD||1:00||Nick Collins, 55 yd interception return|
Drive info: 5 plays, 20 yds, 2:37
|FG||0:53||Dave Rayner 25 yd Field Goal|
Drive info: 10 plays, 50 yds, 2:54
|TD||0:43||Patrick Dendy, 30 yd interception return (Dave Rayner kick is good)|
Drive info: 1 plays, 30 yds, 0:00
|TD||0:44||Mark Bradley, 75 yd pass from Brian Griese (Robbie Gould kick is good)|
Drive info: 3 plays, 75 yds, 0:54
|FG||10:44||Dave Rayner 46 yd Field Goal|
Drive info: 11 plays, 47 yds, 4:55