The Lions Won A Game, The Ravens Lost A Close Call, And The Chiefs Made A Deal With The Devil

The Bears and Packers played a second quarter unlike any other in NFL history.

The teams combined for six touchdowns, one field goal and 45 points in the highest-scoring quarter in the storied history of the rivalry.

But the big plays went beyond that. Five of the six touchdowns came on plays of more than 35 yards, the first time in NFL records dating to 1925 that happened in a quarter.

Jakeem Grant scored on a 46-yard catch and a Bears record 97-yard punt return, Damiere Byrd had a 54-yard TD catch for Chicago, Rasul Douglas returned an interception 55 yards for a TD and Aaron Rodgers threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams.

Grant's punt return TD was the first in the NFL this season. This is the first time in the Super Bowl era no team returned a punt for a score in the first 13 weeks.

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