The Green Bay Packers Cruised Past the Chicago Bears 41-25

Riding a 393 yards total offensive output, the Green Bay Packers cruised past the Chicago Bears in a one-sided victory of 41-25, Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020 in Lambeau Field in Green Bay. Contributing to this victory, Aaron Rodgers threw the football for 211 yards, and four touchdowns. The Packers also had a rushing game that produced 182 yards and one rushing touchdown.

Rodgers finished the game completing 21 of 29 passes, to lead the way for the Packers. He ended up with an overall QB rating of 132.30, coming from a performance that included 211 yards, four touchdowns, and no interceptions for the game.

The ground game for the Packers saw Aaron Jones carrying the football 17 times, and Jamaal Williams helping with rushing the ball 17 times. The two rushers produced 90 yards and 73 yards respectively in a winning effort. The passing game for the Packers had Rodgers tossing the football to Davante Adams and Allen Lazard as his most productive targets. Adams caught six passes for a net gain of 61 yards. The secondary target (Lazard) caught four passes for a net contribution of 23 yards.

The Packers’ defense contributed to the win with three sacks, one forced fumble, one tackle for loss, and scored one defensive touchdown.

For the losing team, Mitchell Trubisky finished the game completing 26 of 46 passes to lead the way for the Bears. This performance by Trubisky led to a QB rating of 74.70, and game stats of 242 yards, two interceptions and three touchdowns.

The Bears’ rushing game was led by David Montgomery and Ryan Nall. For the game, Montgomery carried the ball 11 times, rushed for 103 yards, and zero touchdowns. Nall supplemented and carried the ball a total of zero times for a total of no yards. Meanwhile Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney were the top 2 aerial passing targets for the Bears. Robinson caught eight passes from Trubisky for a total of 74 yards, while Mooney contributed with 34 yards from three passes.

In their loss, the Bears defense contributed with zero forced fumbles and one tackle to go along with zero sacks and zero defensive touchdowns. This production from the Bears defense was not enough help get a win.

With the win, the Packers leave with a record of 8-3 for the season, while the Bears record for the season now stands at 5-6.