Aaron Rodgers continues to own the Chicago Bears, throwing four touchdowns and 341 yards as the Green Bay Packers improve to 10-3 on the season with a 45-30 win over the Chicago Bears.
It feels like Aaron Rodgers has owned Chicago longer than Mayor Richard J. Daley did.
Devante Adams was a beast (as always) with 10 receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns.
Aaron Rodgers and Devante Adams are good at the football thing.
Allen Lazard had six receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown.
Aaron Jones didn’t have a ton of action tonight, but he recorded 65 total yards and two touchdowns.
Green Bay’s special teams coordinator Mo Drayton needs to be relieved of his duties. The unit was a joke and has been all season!
My message to Coach Drayton:
Actually, that’s my message to everyone involved with the special teams.
How long has it been since the Packers’ special teams weren’t a liability? Seriously, how long?
It’s honestly impressive how the Packers continually get worse on Special Teams week by week.
Tonight was the icing on the cake. Tonight might be the worst special teams performance of all-time? Possibly? Maybe?
Rasul Douglas returned an interception for a touchdown today. He’s only the second Packers player in franchise history to have pick-sixes in back-to-back games. The only other player is Herb Adderley in 1965.
Rasul Douglas was just chilling on Arizona’s practice squad in October. Incredible pickup by Brian Gutekunst. You have to wonder where the Packers would be without Douglas.
Robert Quinn thought it was a good idea to mock the belt. Then it went downhill for the Bears.
It might be helpful if someone mocks the belt in the NFC Title game this year.
The Packers will play on the road inside M&T Bank Stadium against the Baltimore Ravens (8-5) next Sunday, December 19th. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:25 PM (Central Time).