The NFL's longest
played rivalry between Chicago and Green Bay took center stage Thursday night
at Lambeau Field. It was role reversal time for both teams from their opening
week performances as Green Bay
found a running game with Cedric Benson and the Bears couldn't move the ball
Jay Cutler threw to Packers (4 interceptions) nearly as much as he did to his own team (11 completions). The Green Bay defense sacked Cutler seven times on the night.
Green Bay played without number one wide receiver Greg Jennings (groin) but the Packers offensive attack utilized nine receivers in the win.
Jay Cutler continued his struggles at Lambeau. He completed 11 of 27 passes for 126 yards with one touchdown and four interceptions.
Matt Forte was injured early in the second half. He did finish the game with seven carries for 31 yards and four catches for 49 yards.
Brandon Marshall was Cutler's favorite target in Chicago's opening game win. Marshall was only targeted five times, catching two passes for only 24 yards.
Michael Bush spelled Forte in the backfield rushing 14 times for 54 yards.
Tight End Kellen Davis was targeted seven times catching one pass for a 21 yard touchdown.
Aaron Rodgers completed 22 of 32 passes for 219 yards, one touchdown and one interception.
Cedric Benson accounted for 116 yards of total offense- 20 carries for 81 yards and four receptions for 35 yards.
Jordy Nelson caught six passes for 84 yards but failed to reach the end zone for the second straight game.
Jermichael Finley hauled in four passes for 26 yards.
Donald Driver caught one pass for 26 yards and touchdown.
Jordy Nelson 8
Jermichael Finley 5
Cedric Benson 4
James Jones 5
John Kuhn 3
Randall Cobb 2
Donald Driver 1
Kellen Davis 7
Matt Forte 5
Earl Bennett 6
Alshon Jeffrey 2
Brandon Marshall 5
Matt Spaeth 2
Devin Hester 1