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Packer Tracker: Week Six Green Bay Packers Report

Aaron Rodgers and Packers continue to be dominant owners of the Chicago Bears.

Nov 29, 2020; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) catches a football during warmups prior to the game against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

For the twenty-second time in his career, Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to a victory over the Chicago Bears. The banged-up Packers were able to make big plays when it counted in route to a defeat over their oldest rival. With the win, the Packers established control of the NFC North division lead by improving to 5-1.

The win was a true team victory, as many players made a major impact. This included punter Corey Bojorquez blasting an 82-yard punt to flip the field and make it difficult for Justin Fields and the Bears offense to score. Also making it difficult to score was the Packers monster in the middle, defensive lineman Kenny Clark. Clark was able to sack Fields twice on the Bears final drive, which dashed any hopes for a last-second comeback.

Aaron Rodgers: Still Owning It

Rodgers was his usual dominant self against the Bears, throwing two touchdowns and running in the dagger score for himself.

After the 37-year-old’s impressive scramble touchdown, Aaron Rodgers broke out his signature Discount Double Check celebration, and then added something extra for the Soldier Field faithful. After seeing many upraised middle fingers directed towards him, Rodgers “blacked out” and exclaimed:

“I’ve owned you all my f***ing life! I own you, I still own you.”

Taunting other players may be a point of penalty in today’s NFL, but there is no flag for verbally destroying your opponent’s fans.

Any doubt or question of Rodgers passion and desire to win and win for the Packers should be erased. Even some of the doubts about Rodgers playing with the Packers are easing, as the quarterback mentioned that he did not think this would be the last Packers-Bears showdown in his career. If the Packers continue winning and the front office continues to listen to Rodgers input, Rodgers and his Packers may continue to own the Bears for several more years to come.

Run to Victory

The Packers duo of Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon are fast becoming the most talented and dynamic backfield in the NFL. Jones was electric against the Bears, gaining 110 yards on 17 touches, and added a sensational score on a routine red zone check-down screen pass from Rodgers.

Dillon showed his unique blend of power, speed, and balance against the Bears, including a superb 36-yard burst that helped the Packers secure the victory. Both running backs can run the ball from any formation and have shown their value in the passing game. All of these skills, combined with the ever-looming threat of the Rodgers-Adams connection, make the Packers’ offense something to be feared.

Another Week Another Football Team

The Pack will return to Lambeau Field for a matchup with the Washington Football Team. Washington has not had a great deal of success this season, especially on the defensive end. The Football Teamers have allowed the most passing yards overall this year, and the most points per game. The lethal combination of Rodgers and Adams should be extremely effective against Washington’s lackluster coverage and have another big game.

On the defensive side, the Packers will continue to improve under the leadership of former Washington defensive coordinator Joe Berry. Berry’s defense, led by the strong play Kenny Clark, Rashan Gary, and De’Vondre Campbell, has been effective all season. The defense’s weakest point is the red zone, as they have allowed opposing teams to score on

Prediction: Packers continue their hot streak as Adams and Jones go over 150 total yards. Green Bay beats the Football Team 31-17.

Written by Joel Kananen

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