Aaron Rodgers improved to an overall record of 22-5 against the Chicago Bears following Sunday’s 24-14 win.
After Rodgers ran in for a 6-yard score to put the Green Bay Packers up 21-14 in the fourth quarter, he gave a signature Discount Double Check and reminded Chicago fans on why they ought to despise their NFC North rival — though they weren’t short on reasons prior to Sunday.
Rodgers shouted “I OWN YOU” to the cameras as teammates piled on, celebrating the score and eventual 5-1 record through six weeks of NFL action.
Aaron Rodgers had an efficient afternoon: throwing for 195 yards, two scores and no interceptions. He also carried the ball seven times for 19 yards, including the 6-yard score. Lead wideout Davante Adams caught four passes for 89 yards.
It was a standout game for the Green Bay defense, which recorded four sacks on rookie Bears quarterback Justin Fields, along with four tackles for a loss.
The Bears fell to a .500 record (3-3) — mostly relying on their defense Sunday. Chicago’s defensive line recorded three sacks on Rodgers, and were satisfactory by keeping Rodgers and the offense to their season average of 24 points a game.
Sunday’s victory also marks the 20th win for Green Bay in the last 23 matchups against the Bears. The Packers improve to 5-1 with the win.
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