After narrowly missing a trip to the Super Bowl last season, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are determined to have the path to the title game come through Lambeau Field.
Rodgers showed his determination early in the game with a TD pass to James Starks. The Super Bowl winning RB from their win over Pittsburgh in 2010, Starks had one of his biggest games in recent memory and ripped off a second TD later in the quarter on a 65-yard scamper.
The Chargers would try valiantly to overcome the 11-point deficit and managed to get a TD in the final seconds of the first half on a TD pass from Philip Rivers to Dontrelle Inman.
Rivers and company would tie the game up in the third quarter on a TD to Ladrius Green, but Rodgers and the Packers would not be denied and put together a long scoring drive that culminated in a TD from James Jones.
The Chargers had one last chance at a comeback but failed to score a TD on fourth down, ending the game with another Packers win.
Green Bay moved to 6-0 on the season and have a commanding three-game lead in the NFC North division. They are also one game ahead of the 5-0 Carolina Panthers and 5-1 Atlanta Falcons for the No. 1 overall seed in the NFC.
With the way the Packers are playing at Lambeau Field, they might be a shoo-in to make win the NFC title if they can clinch home field advantage.