With the Bears leading 28-27 late in the fourth quarter, quarterback Aaron Rodgers found receiver Randall Cobb in the end zone to give Green Bay a five-point lead. That touchdown was the second touchdown reception for Cobb on the day.
However, the Bears still had time to get into the end zone in the final 30 seconds of the game. Unfortunately, quarterback Jay Cutler threw an interception in the end zone to put this one in the books.
Green Bay will now get ready for the NFC playoffs with the NFC North crown in hand. Let's take a look at a handful of other takeaways from Green Bay's 33-28 win over Chicago.
*All statistics courtesy of NFL.com.