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Watch Mike Glennon Cap A Near Flawless Two-Minute Drill With A Kendall Wright TD

Chicago Bears Highlights

The Chicago Bears got off to another slow start, yielding 21 unanswered points to the Green Bay Packers … but at least Mike Glennon ended the first half on a high note:

Glennon connected with Kendall Wright on a fade route with eight seconds left in the half to put the Bears on the scoreboard. The quick pitch-and-catch capped a drive in which Glennon played his best, completing 6 of 7 passes for 72 yards. During the two-minute drill, Glennon posted a 149.1 passer rating, which boosted his overall first half numbers to 11 of 16, 125 yards, and an 86.7 rating.

Things couldn’t have gotten much worse for Glennon, who was 5 of 9 for 53 yards with an interception to go with an unsightly 33.3 rating.

After not finding much of a connection with his receivers in Week 3, Glennon has completed passes to Wright, Deonte Thompson, and Josh Bellamy. Still, the Bears have a tall hill to climb to get back into this game. At least they’ll have the ball coming out of the locker room when halftime ends.


Luis Medina

Luis is the Lead Writer at The Ten-Yard Line, and you can find him on Twitter at @lcm1986.