CHICAGO (AP) -- Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn't mincing words about what it feels like to lose another halftime lead.
Rogers says it's "disappointing. It's tough. It's frustrating."
The Packers were up 14-3 at halftime last night at Soldier Field.
But the Chicago Bears outplayed them to win 20-17 in overtime.
Rodgers completed 24 of 39 passes for 260 yards with two first-half TD passes to build the Packers' lead.
But the Packers' defense blew yet another second-half lead, and the Bears blocked a potential game-winning 38-yard field goal attempt by Mason Crosby with 18 seconds left.
Chicago's Robbie Gould then kicked the game-winner in overtime to keep the Bears in contention for the NFC North title.
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