Green Bay Packers (0-0-2) 6, Chicago Bears 6 (Tie)
PRE-SEASON - Saturday August 15th 1970 (at Green Bay)
(MILWAUKEE) - Booth Lusteg kicked a 12-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining, giving the Packers a tie Saturday night. The only other Packer score came on a 41-yard field goal by Joe Runk in the third period. Chicago scored on a 60-yard pass play from Bobby Douglass to rookie Linzy Cole in the second quarter. What would have been the winning point failed when Mac Percival's point-after attempt was wide. Bobby Joe Green's booming punts kept the Packers at bay throughout the game. Dave Hampton of the Packers brought the crowd of 47,298 to its feet in the game's waning moments as his running put Green Bay near the Bears' goal line in the final minutes.
CHICAGO   -  0  6  0  0 -  6
GREEN BAY -  0  0  3  3 -  6
                         CHICAGO     GREEN BAY
First downs                   11            19
Rush-yards                 17-66         26-66
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 19-32-212-1-0 21-37-267-0-0
Sacked                       -15            -5
Net passing yards            197           262
Total yards                  263           328
Fumbles lost                   2             1
Turnovers                      2             1
Yards Penalized               42            25
SCORING
CHI - Linzy Cole, 60-yd pass from Bobby Douglass (Mac Percival kick failed) CHICAGO 6-0
GB - Runk, 43-yard field goal CHICAGO 6-3
GB - Lusteg, 12-yard field goal TIED 6-6
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Dave Hampton 7-50, Donny Anderson 7-7, Jim Grabowski 3-6, Travis Williams 9-3
CHICAGO - Bobby Douglass 3-29, Gale Sayers 4-19, Mike Hull 3-9, Craig Baynham 5-8, Ray Ogden 1-2, Ross Montgomery 1-(-1)
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Bart Starr 17-10-136, Don Horn 20-11-131
CHICAGO - Bobby Douglass 32-19-212 1 TD
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Carroll Dale 4-81, Dave Hampton 4-46, John Spilis 4-36, Perry Williams 3-8, John Hilton 2-33, Donny Anderson 2-22, Jim Grabowski 1-22, Ron Jones 1-19
CHICAGO - Linzy Cole 5-107 1 TD, Craig Baynham 5-38, Ross Montgomery 3-23, Mike Hull 3-13, Austin Denny 1-14, George Farmer 1-9, Bob Wallace 1-8