The Chicago Bears gave the Green Bay Packers a run for their money on
Sunday afternoon but in the end, their woeful offensive line was no match for the Packers defense and Jay Cutler was no match for Aaron Rodgers. The result is a 21-13 Green Bay victory and it gives the Packers their second straight NFC North Division title.
It’s the 11th divisional title in franchise history and leaves the Packers at 10-4 with 2-games left to play. They turn their attention now on improving their position in the NFC playoff picture. The Packers are currently 3rd, a half game behind San Francisco.
The Packers need to win out and get San Francisco to lose once to gain the 2nd seed in the NFC and get a first round bye.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns. All three scoring passes went to James Jones.
Jones now has 12 touchdown receptions on the season, which currently leads the league.
Defensively, the Packers held the Bears to 0 for 9 on 3rd down conversions, 83 yards rushing and only 107 yards passing. Coach Mike McCarthy said Dom Capers and company did a great job on the Bears.
The Packers all said the celebration would be short because there’s more to do than win the NFC North.
The Packers captured their 6th straight over the Bears and their 12th straight over NFC North foes. They’ll shoot for win #11 this Sunday against the Tennessee Titans at Lambeau Field.