Packers 37, Bears 3: Green Bay Puts 60 Minutes Together

Bruce Ciskie

by Bruce Ciskie

A 34-13 stomping of Indianapolis before their bye week had stood as the Packers' most impressive performance of the season.

Until today.

Running back Ryan Grant had 100 yards by halftime, and Green Bay scored the final 30 points in a 37-3 thrashing of the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field.

Last week, you may remember that it was Kerry Collins who chewed up the Bears' secondary. Tennessee just couldn't run the ball to save their lives, and Collins was able to make the Bears pay for their injury-depleted secondary.

Sunday, "conventional wisdom" dictated that the Packers would do the same thing. Aaron Rodgers is as close to healthy as he's been since hurting his shoulder, and the Packers have more-than-capable receivers in Greg Jennings and Donald Driver.

So they're throwing all day, right?

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