The Bears did their best to make Aaron Rodgers eat his words from earlier in the 2021 season, surprising early in Sunday night’s prime-time rematch with a couple of big plays from Jakeem Grant, not to mention a halftime lead after a resilient back-and-forth. In the end, however, Rodgers and the Packers owned their rivals yet again. As Justin Fields and Co. cooled off, Matt LaFleur’s unit heated up, rolling to well over 400 yards and nearly 30 first downs with the ball in their hands. Rodgers finished with four touchdowns through the air, looking smooth as ever to win 45-30, sweep the series and stay unbeaten at Lambeau this season.
On Sunday night at Lambeau Field, Aaron Rodgers has a chance to become Green Bay’s winningest QB in the century-long history of the NFL’s oldest rivalry.@mikespofford takes One Last Look at #CHIvsGB 📰 https://t.co/7lJXFi72Je
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) December 11, 2021
Final: #Packers 45, Bears 30. Now 10-3 this season.
If this was Aaron Rodgers’ final game as GB quarterback vs. Bears, it started with a Robert Quinn championship belt. It ended with Rodgers completing 29-37 passes, 341 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT, 141.1 rating.
He still owns the Bears.
— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) December 13, 2021