What we learned from the Chicago Bears blowout loss to the Packers

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What we learned from the Chicago Bears 35-14 blowout loss to the Green Bay Packers.

The Chicago Bears were, once again, embarrassed by the Green Bay Packers in prime time. They lost the game 35-14, and never led in the game at any point.

The game started off with the Packers driving 75 yards for a Davante Adams touchdown. Glennon, immediately, was strip-sacked on the Bears’ first offensive play of the game. This gave Green Bay great field position at the Chicago 3-yard line. Aaron Rodgers threw his second touchdown of the game to Randall Cobb. After it was 14-0, Glennon fumbled again.

In the second quarter, Glennon decided that he was not done turning the ball over just yet. This time, he wanted to start throwing interceptions, and he did just that. The interception led to an Aaron Jones rushing touchdown – Ty Montgomery left the game early with a chest injury – to make the score 21-0. Before halftime, Glennon threw a touchdown pass to Kendall Wright to make it 21-7.

In the third quarter, Rodgers threw a touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson to make it 28-7. Rodgers was not finished. After Glennon threw his second interception of the day, Rodgers took advantage of the turnover with another touchdown pass to Nelson, to make it 35-7.

In the fourth quarter, the Chicago Bears tacked on a garbage time touchdown, a three-yard rush by Jordan Howard to make it 35-14. In the game, kicker Connor Barth also missed two field goals, so it is also clear that he needs to go.

After this horrific loss, let’s see what we learned about the Chicago Bears.