The Green Bay Packers improved to 6-3 with a 55-14 blowout win over the Chicago Bears as quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdowns in the first half.
The Green Bay Packers returned from their bye week and came out with guns blazing as they annihilated the Chicago Bears, 55-14, on Sunday Night Football.
The Packers took a 42-0 lead before halftime, and quarterback Aaron Rodgers tied a record with six touchdown passes in the first half. After throwing these touchdown passes along with 315 yards, Rodgers was pulled in the third quarter.
Wide receiver Jordy Nelson caught six passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns, and Randall Cobb added four catches for 73 yards and a touchdown.
Running back Eddie Lacy ran for 50 yards on 14 carries while catching three passes for 68 yards and a touchdown. Third-string running back DuJuan Harris ran for a team-leading 52 yards.
Meanwhile, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler struggled but was able to compile garbage-time yards to finish with 272 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Being sacked four times did not help him either.
Running back Matt Forte was held to 54 yards on 17 carries. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall caught eight passes for 112 yards and a touchdown, but he left the game with an ankle injury.
Kick returner Chris Williams returned a kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown to soften the blow the Bears had received from the Packers.