The Bears beat the Packers 24-17 on Sunday, giving Chicago the NFC North title while knocking Green Bay out of playoff contention.
Chicago was in relative control throughout most of the game, but the Packers looked to be in prime position to turn the game in their favor early in the second half thanks to two big plays: a failed fake punt by the Bears at midfield, after which the Packers drove for a touchdown to tie the game 14-14; and on the next drive a fumble on a direct snap to running back Tarik Cohen on 3rd-and-1 from Green Bay's 23 that the Packers recovered.
After that second play, Packers radio play-by-play man Wayne Larrivee took Bears coach Matt Nagy to task.
"More arrogance by Matt Nagy," Larrivee exclaimed. "A trick play. All the tricks in the world, and they're foiling the Bears now. … Now if [the Packers] could just take it and shove it up you know where."
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