The Green Bay Packers have taken an early 7-0 lead over the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship game. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was a perfect 4-of-4 for 76 yards on the opening drive. However, Rodgers' legs carried the Packers to the touchdown.
With the the ball at the one-yard line, the Packers brought in B.J. Raji as the fullback. Rodgers took the snap and ran the ball to his left for a touchdown. It capped a seven-play, 84-yard drive.
Receiver Greg Jennings had two receptions for 48 yards. Jordy Nelson's 22-yard reception helped setup Rodger's touchdown run.
Packers lineman Chad Clifton received a cleat to the head accidentally from his own teammate, John Kuhn. It is being called a stinger right now.
Tim for the Bears to get their first chance with the ball.