Game Recap: Packers Embarrass Bears in Chicago to Start the Love Era

In the first game with Jordan Love as QB1, the Packers pull off a dominating performance against the Bears with a 38-20 victory.

It has finally come and gone. Today the Jordan Love era kicked off it's first regular season. Love became just the third Quarterback in almost thirty years to start a season opener for the Packers. And it was one to remember.

The Packers offense scored on their first drive but then hit a bit of a lull for the remainder of the first half. This was followed up by absolute domination by the Packers pulling the "boo birds" out of the Chicago crowd to finish the game 38-20. It was a little bit of a frustrating nail-biter at first as the Bears offense seemed like it could begin to run away. But the Packers Defense stayed stout throughout the game and contained Fields so that the Offense could find their feet and bring them the W.

Let's get to the recap:

First Quarter:

An unnecessary roughness penalty on the kickoff called against the Bears was fitting to start this longtime rivalry. The Packers Defense started the Bears first drive stealing away the momentum after they stone-walled the Bears on a 3rd and 4th down and short conversion to turn the ball over to Jordan Love in Bears territory with 11:31 left in the first quarter.

Jordan Love's first drive as QB1 was mainly reliant on the legs of Aaron Jones as he received the ball four times. Love's first pass was a big third down conversion pass to Romeo Doubs for 13 yards. Love then found Doubs for the score, throwing a nice strike to the back of the end-zone to put the Packers up 7-0 with 6:08 remaining in the first quarter.

The next drive the Bears were moving the ball pretty well until two false starts pushed them backwards in Packers territory. The very next play Justin Fields took off on a run and Jaire Alexander laid a legal hit on Fields in bounds to knock him out of bounds. Bears players took exception to this hit, though legal and offsetting penalties were called. The Bears were forced to settle for a Field Goal putting the score at 7-3 Packers with 2:04 remaining in the opening quarter.

Unfortunately, the Packers next drive was a bit of a stinker. They went three and out with a punt forced at 0:32 in the first quarter. Little side pitches seemed to just not be working at that point and luckily the Packers seemed to get away from that later on in the game for the most part.

The First Quarter was then finished off with Darnell Savage making a huge tackle for a seven yard loss on Bears running back D'Onta Foreman

Second Quarter:

The Bears were able to recover from that big tackle to end the first. Justin Fields was an escape artist alluding Packers defenders in the backfield and into the secondary. Poor tackling was kind of the tale of the tape on this drive as the Bears were able to drive down to the Packers 8-yard line. The Packers defense rose to the occasion though as rookie first round pick, Lukas Van Ness got his first career sack in his first game roping down Justin Fields for a 7 yard loss. A nice deflection by Rasul Douglas on third down forced the Bears to settle for three again putting the score at 7-6 with 9:00 until Halftime.

The Green Bay offense then went three and out again. This was definitely not ideal with the defense gassed from the previous drive. Jayden Reed was hit right in the numbers on third down but dropped it. Hopefully the rookie learns to attack the ball for the catch from that point forward.

On the following drive the Packers defense was able to overcome the short rest time though, as they forced the Bears to three and out. It was aided by a holding call on the Bears line that essentially killed the drive.

Jordan Love had a shot to redeem the offense taking over at the Packers 31 with 5:27 left in the half. They had a decent drive including a nice Samori Toure catch for a 3rd down conversion but they were forced to punt yet again. The Punt forced Chicago inside their own 10 with a little over two minutes remaining in the half.

A big play by Keisean Nixon blowing through a block attempt for a tackle on a wide receiver screen, and then a near strip of Justin Fields by Rashan Gary stalled Chicago’s drive under two minutes forcing them to punt, returning the ball to Green Bay with just a little over a minute left in the half.

After the defense spoiled Chicago's two minute drive, the Packers followed up with a drive into field goal range starting with 1:12 left in the half. The drive was highlighted by a 30 yard strike to Jayden Reed that got the Offense into kicking range. However, a sack by Yannick Ngakoue stalled the drive. Anders Carlson caps the drive with his first career field goal with a 52-yard kick splitting the uprights to take the game to halftime with the Packers up 10-6.

Third Quarter:

The Packers kicked off the third quarter on offense with another chapter in the Aaron Jones saga. A huge screen play to Jones took the Packers to First and Goal. Three offensive linemen right in front of him plowed the fields 51 yards all the way to Chicago's 7-yard line. After two failed attempts by AJ Dillon to get in the end-zone, on third and goal Jones came back in for the 1 yard touchdown giving the Packers the 17-6 lead with 10:19 left in the third quarter.

When the Bears took over, Devonte Wyatt took over as well. The Bears first drive of the second half was kicked off with a huge sack of Justin Fields for a loss of 11 yards by Wyatt. The drive stalled with a three and out from there and the boo birds began to rain down in Chicago. On fourth down as Chicago punted the ball away, Jayden Reed had a big return for 35 yards before he was knocked out of bounds taking the ball to Chicago’s 42 for Green Bay to start their second drive of the half with 8:05 remaining in the third quarter. 

After a slow start to the drive the Packers elected to go for it on 4th and 3 just to make us nervous. It ended up being an excellent call as Jordan Love hit Aaron Jones for a 35-yard touchdown putting the score at 24-6 with 6:26 left in the third. Aaron Jones came up a little limp after the play, but ended up being fine on the sidelines, telling everybody that he was OK. He just had to make us cringe after a great play to keep us honest.

As the Bears took over on the following drive, Kenny Clark stripped the ball from Justin Fields as he tried to scramble on 3rd and 3. Rasul Douglas recovered giving the Packers the ball back at the Chicago 18. After an unnecessary roughness penalty however, on DeVondre Campbell for pulling a player off the pile, the Packers took over at the Bears 43 yard line with 4:58 to go in the third.

Unfortunately the Offense wasn’t able to do anything with the ball after this turnover and were forced to punt with 3:22 left in the third.

Justin Fields showed some good poise recovering from that fumble, as the Bears followed up by driving down the field mainly through the air ending it with a 20 yard connection Fields to Darnell Mooney for the touchdown. They converted the two point attempt putting the score at 24-14 with 0:59 seconds left in the third.  

Fourth Quarter:

The Packers started off the 4th quarter on Offense showing the Bears that they would not let them back in the game. A huge third down conversion on a strike from Jordan Love to Jayden Reed for 18 yards kept the drive moving forward. Then, in his first game as the sure starter, Jordan Love decided to remind us a bit of Brett Favre playing backyard football after he fumbled the snap, regained his composure, and threw a huge pass to a wide open Luke Musgrave for 37 yards. Musgrave would’ve had a touch down if it weren’t for him stumbling over just before the endzone at the Chicago 4. Love then connected with Doubs for the touchdown take the score to 31-14 Packers with 13:30 remaining in regulation.

The Bears then did nothing but shoot themselves in the foot as on 3rd down Justin Fields threw an interception to Quay Walker. Walker broke several tackles, taking the ball all the way to the end zone for the pick six. The Packers at this point have almost run away with the game putting the score at 38-14 with 12:36 remaining.

The Bears couldn’t respond at all on the following drive after the interception and just seemed shell-shocked as Karl Brooks collected his first career sack on Justin Fields on 3rd down with about 10:40 remaining in the fourth quarter to force a punt.

It was at that point that the AJ Dillon show began as the Packers were content to run the clock down some before they punted with 6:28 left in the game.

Using garbage time as their ally, the Bears were able to finally muster some offense in the fourth quarter and drive down into the red-zone. They were able to score on a Roschon Johnson 2 yard run. After the TD the Bears attempted a 2-pt conversion but we’re called for a false start backing them up before eventually failing the conversion. Although the game seemed out of reach at 38-20 with 2:54 remaining, the Bears still attempted an onside kick, but it failed, as it was covered up by Jayden Reed.

Jordan Love was then generous enough to let his back up, Sean Clifford have a few snaps to wind down the game. Why not? Let him enjoy his first victory in the NFL with a few snaps. Clifford though had a fumbled snap just to keep us honest leading to the 2 minute warning. The Packers kept the ball luckily continuing to wind the clock a bit, but decided to give the Bears the ball back one more time after failing a fourth down conversion in Bears territory with 1:03 left in the game. Unfortunately no Field Goal to run the score up a little bit, I guess Coach LaFleur decided the Bears had had enough.

The Bears, then wound down a few garbage time offensive plays to finish the game giving the Packers the 38-20 victory to kick off the season 1-0.

Offensive Player of the Game:

The Packers best offensive player in this game was Aaron Jones. I wanted to give this to Jordan Love with his 15/27 245 yard, 3 touchdown day, but Jones really lead this offense when he was on the field. Jones had 9 carries for 41 yards and a TD on the ground, then lead the team in receiving yards with 2 catches for 86 yards and a touchdown. Jones truly is the heart and soul of this team and when he has the ball, the team responds.

Defensive Player of the Game:

This was a tough one. Especially with rookies grabbing their first career sacks, others being very disruptive, but I'm going to give it to Quay Walker. After an offseason of scrutiny when his rookie season ended in his second ejection of the season, Quay Walker responded. He had the huge pick-six that basically sealed the game and I couldn't be happier for him to get that type of redemption to kick off his second season. 

What Went Right:

My biggest take away here is Jordan Love's composure. He had some rough luck in the first half where the offense couldn't seem to get anything going after their first score, but it didn't seem like Love was bugged at all by this. He held it together and pulled off the big win. 

The defense also deserves a lot of credit. They were getting diced by Justin Fields early. But they held firm, got a lot of pressure on Fields and seemed to frustrate the Bears offense into getting no where in the second half.

Rookies. It hasn't been often that the Packers rookies show up big on the stat sheet. Lukas Van Ness and Karl Brooks got their first career sacks in their first game. Luke Musgrave caught 3 targets for 50 yards, and Jayden Reed caught 2 targets for 48. It's good to see the youth starting on a good foot, we will need them this season.

What Went Wrong:

Penalties. The Packers had a total of 9 penalties for 90 yards. Several of these were personal fouls. Perhaps chalk it up to being a huge rivalry game, but the team needs to be cleaner in the future before it costs them dearly.

Get. Aaron. Jones. The ball. Early on in this game the Packers were lucky to still be in it after a few drives. They started out giving the ball to Jones often and they scored a touchdown. After that in the first half, Jones barely touched the ball and the offense went no where. Matt LaFleur admitted this fault at halftime and they learned from that in the second half. Aaron Jones is the best offensive weapon the Packers have. Feed him.

Next week the Packers take on the Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta. Unfortunately, no home-cooking for the team until Week 3. With Atlanta also fielding a very young offense, in a way, it's almost like looking into a mirror. The Falcons got a big win today over Carolina and are out to prove that they as well are for real. It should be a good match-up that hopefully the Packers will rise to the challenge on the road once again. Go Pack Go.

 

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Greg Meinholz is a lifelong devoted Packer fan. A contributor to CheeseheadTV as well as PackersTalk. Follow him on Twitter @gmeinholz for Packers commentary, random humor, beer endorsements, and occasional Star Wars and Marvel ramblings.

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Leatherhead's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:27 pm

I thought it was one of the best openers I've seen.

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GregMeinholz's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:44 pm

With the way we’ve stumbled the last two years in season openers, it sure was.

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Leatherhead's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:59 pm

I've seen us fumble the opening kick off against the Bears on the 100th anniversary game. I saw the opener where Dan Devine broke his leg. I witnessed the 40-0 annihilation by the Lions. The last two years were not the way I like to see the season start.

We had one opening drive for a TD last year in 17 games. We have one in one game this year.

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greengold's picture

September 10, 2023 at 09:00 pm

I agree completely. It was enjoyable AF. A completely dominant performance by the Packers in all 3 phases of the game.

The team was very well coached, and they played with exactly the energy we were hoping for.

Big plays from all over the freaking place.

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mnbadger's picture

September 10, 2023 at 09:09 pm

Too many personal foul penalties. I'll give them a pass in week one but we don't play the cubs again until week 18 so we better mature in a hurry.
GPG!

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stockholder's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:43 pm

I think you described it perfectly-
The Bear Boos made this so rewarding.

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GregMeinholz's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:44 pm

It was the icing on the cake

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Biabia's picture

September 10, 2023 at 11:04 pm

Jbhuuuviv

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:14 am

????????

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Biabia's picture

September 10, 2023 at 11:04 pm

J vjci

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:14 am

???!???!?!?:;/-

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vin0770's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:43 pm

I’m a believer in its about players not plays…but I’ll say something nobody’s talked about and probably won’t much. MLF and JB did a great job getting them ready but more impressively had great coaching moments in the flow of the games. MLF dialed up a few big hitter plays and props have to be thrown his way. Our coaches were better than there coaches 👍🏼

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:15 am

Why couldn’t they do that last year????

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SicSemperTyrannis's picture

September 12, 2023 at 10:32 am

I'm just glad they did it this one game. MLF still apologizing for the same old mistake. Hopefully they both learn from this ...

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:15 am

Their… not there!

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coolhand's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:45 am

MLF mentioned that on the 4th down pass to Jones for the TD, Savage was in his ear on the sideline telling him to go for it, so he did. Nice call Coach Savage!

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greengold's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:45 pm

Fantastic win by the Packers. Exactly what we needed. Resilient play through all 4 Quarters, by all 3 phases of the game. Perfect.

How about Love?
How about Jones?
How about Doubs?
How about Bakhtiari?
How about Wyatt?
How about Walker?
How about Van Ness?
How about Brooks?
How about Gary?
How about Savage?
How about Alexander?
How about Enagbare?
How about Suuuuul?
How about Musgrave?
How about Reed?
How about Carlson?
How about Matt Freaking LaFleur?

Onto ATL for …. Oh… what’s my favorite song again?

More More More.

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jont's picture

September 11, 2023 at 03:46 pm

"More More More."

Flashback to high school. Big talking point that the singer was previously a porn star.

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LambeauPlain's picture

September 10, 2023 at 08:55 pm

This was one of Coach Matt's finest victories. He had all three phases ready to roll. Just some outstanding player performances. But MLF and his coaches had their men ready.

It seems the Packers have a QB. It seems the Packers have a HC too. Good game plan.

Enjoy it Matt! He will probably celebrate looking at Falcons/Panthers game film...

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SicSemperTyrannis's picture

September 12, 2023 at 10:35 am

I'll say it again, MLF should be like a kid on Christmas morning scheming targets open. That's muted while #9 is down, and Doubs isn't 100% either. Working all that depth in will be a thing, or at least it's foreseeable ...

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Kevin Carpenter's picture

September 10, 2023 at 09:00 pm

I must say, WHAT A GAME!!!! Especially after all of the trash talk from Bears fans about how great Justin Fields was going to be.

There are so many positives to take away from this game.

Offense: obvious hiccups, especially with a late scratch Watson and Aaron Jones getting hurt, miscommunications with some receivers and some throws that were just inches off the mark. But they battled hard. Love looked relatively comfortable and only took one sack that was basically his fault. He took off and looked confident running from time to time. If not for a few drops from receivers, he might have had over 300 yards and 4 touchdowns. Aaron Jones looked unbelievable as well, hopefully the injury is nothing to worry about. Shame on Lafleur for not using him. They scored a TD on every drive he touched the ball. The receivers had some good looks and Reed fought so hard for the ball on those two throws, shame he couldn't catch them. Musgrave: two rookie mistakes that could've ended in touchdowns but overall a solid showing.

Defense: the front 7..... simply outclassed the Bears in every way. The rotation of Brooks and Wooden in behind Wyatt and Clark was ridiculous, if you blurred the screen you almost couldn't tell them apart from their jump off the ball and penetration. Lukas Van Ness, what a solid performance he put out, chasing down Fields for that sack in the red zone! Gary subbing in on 3rd downs, Smith, Enagbare and even Hollins all put serious pressure on Fields. Once he heard the footsteps, he fell apart. Secondary held up well for the most part and Alexander played a great role in shitting down D.J. Moore. Most of Fields success came on short swing and out routes and the run defense stood tall! Great showing by them.

Special teams: what can I say about Whelan and Carlson? Carlson was MONEY and Whelan booted some nice punts that went just a little too far (never thought that would be an issue on punts) but coverage, for the most part, was excellent both on the kick coverage AND return units.

What a start to the season, can't wait to see how the rest of it pans out.

GO PACK GO

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greengold's picture

September 10, 2023 at 09:46 pm

So well sard, Doof!

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:19 am

Couldn’t agree more!

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Leatherhead's picture

September 10, 2023 at 09:30 pm

I've been looking at the box score. We did a real good job of getting the ball out of Field's hands. He only ran it 9 times, and he took some sacks, and he only completed 24 passes for less than 200 yards. Completed, not attempted.

The Point being that the #1 weapon for Chicago....the mobility of their QB.....was being neutralized. His longest run of the day was 10 yards. I saw these guys like Wooden, and Van Ness, and Gary, and Walker....they're just too quick and they're WAITIING for Fields to bolt the pocket so they can strike. It was kind of what I was noticing about SF in the opener against Pittsburgh....SF was just overwhelming Pittsburgh with constant pressure, and I saw it again in the Packers game. IF we can do that against Atlanta, we'll be 2-0.

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greengold's picture

September 11, 2023 at 12:16 pm

Sunday in CHI really was a testament to the RUN STOP ability added to this team these last 2 seasons. Looks like a promising start, and as you said earlier, one of the best Week 1s for the Packers I can recall in a very long time.

I found the performances by Year 2 players Wyatt, Slaton, Walker and Enagbare to be very, very encouraging in taking down the Bears.

Now's the time to put the work hats back on after celebrating the win, and continue to put forth their best, and hopefully stack success.

Learning how to win is huge for this young Packers team. I like the veteran leadership showing out by example in yesterday's victory too. All of them showed up.

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LGDaub's picture

September 10, 2023 at 09:31 pm

This game was fun and gratifying . Big thank you to GM Gutey for all these working parts, despite blogcriticism. It was also a microcosm of my preseason prediction that the offense would need to be carried by the defense until it sorted itself out. Starting with better snaps from the Center, in both football meanings of the word. I'm also three seasons into being tired of Coach LaFleur apologizing for 'forgetting' his best players in the game plan or play-calling, and promising to do better. Either fix the problem, hire a better playcaller, or tell the truth about why you do what you do.

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GregMeinholz's picture

September 10, 2023 at 10:24 pm

Sometimes I wonder if he overthinks about overworking Jones early or overthinks running back rhythm. Which I get, you don’t want to have your best player gassed in the second half. But I feel like he needs to go drive by drive. Two plays on, a play off, two on, two off, three on, one or two off. Not basically entire drives where Jones doesnt hit the field.

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packerfanroy's picture

September 10, 2023 at 11:30 pm

I'm not gonna give any extra credit to Gute on this. The players and coaches were the ones that got this done. Fielding a roster that is better than Chicago is the one thing that every other GM in the league did last year as well and I'm willing to bet its not much different this year.

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coolhand's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:49 am

The Bears beat SF last year in their opener, so it's always "on any given Sunday"

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:21 am

I sure agree on the lefluer point… how can one forget his best offensive player???

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The_Baloney_Stops_Here's picture

September 10, 2023 at 10:03 pm

I was in attendance. Everytime the crowd got loud on 3rd or 4th down, Love made a play. It wasnt perfect by a longshot, but the kid has ice in his veins. Nothing phases him which is possibly the single most important trait a qb can have. Whatever "it" is, Love has it.

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GregMeinholz's picture

September 10, 2023 at 10:26 pm

He has shown so little that anything bugs him. He just seems like such a cool customer, I love it. Even after the game with Rashan Gary screaming next to him hyping him up he just smiled like “yep you know it” enjoying it so far

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greengold's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:46 am

Exactly. He's cool as a cucumber. Always. Appropriate. Considerate. Professional. Aware. Talented. Mature beyond his years. Great new leader for the Packers offense.

Way to BE, Jordan Love.

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SicSemperTyrannis's picture

September 12, 2023 at 10:45 am

Is it too soon to be making comparisons to Bart Starr? The character and presence is there. Hopefully these intangibles stay steady as a rock; this is one of the things I'm most optimistic about. How his play style develops will certainly not be a carbon copy of Bart Starr, but these elements deserve to be remembered. And they seem to match very well to MLF.

In terms of who amps up the players, my early guess that it could be defensive players seems to be on the money. At least so far.

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greengold's picture

September 11, 2023 at 12:27 pm

TBSH!!! Right ON!!!! Good for you. That had to have been quite the experience, indeed!

I was just amazed at how CHI essentially threw in the towel with all but 5 minutes of the 2nd half left to play, down 17-6.

What I noticed, and have been noticing with MLF over his tenure, is he's pretty solid and consistent with halftime adjustments. The Packers just put the pedal to the metal, in the AGNFB style we all quietly craved.

You musta seen some things yesterday...! Thrilled for you. Very likely a history making moment witnessed by you in real time.

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Biabia's picture

September 10, 2023 at 11:02 pm

Bzbs

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:23 am

?!$;:/-@“‘???

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packerfanroy's picture

September 10, 2023 at 11:52 pm

I gotta give JLove the edge over AJones for O-player of the game. Jones was great as he can often be but JLove played really good in situational football (3rd down's, gold zone, etc.) and that was a huge factor in winning this game.

Walker's pick 6 was the back breaker and snuffed out any hopes of a comeback the Bears might have been thinking about. Guys that are productive are good but guys that make big plays are great and that was a game breaking play.

Pretty much everything went right for the Packers including which way the ball wants bounce LOL

As for what went wrong for the Packers. Penalties shouldn't be a concern, that was a rivalry game and lots of talk in the off season so hopefully not much concern there. One thing that stood out was whether it was technique or lack of strength Rudy Ford could a liability on Defense. Teams are gonna be looking to get Ford covering big body/ strong runner types because he looks like he will give up some YAC.

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Doug_In_Sandpoint's picture

September 11, 2023 at 07:32 am

I’m worried. Is Biabia having a stroke?

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SicSemperTyrannis's picture

September 11, 2023 at 10:05 am

Greg, great write-up! Only one point of potential disagreement: #33 saying his hamstring is fine is not the same thing as him being 100%. He's tough. He'll play through injury and not complain. Hopefully he's actually fine but if it were a choice of him sitting out week 2 or being good late season, that's a no brainer. We have depth if we need it and it's better to rely on it in the easy part of the schedule.

Whatever our strength and conditioning coach is doing, he needs to take notice of this rash of hamstring injuries and adjust something!

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:26 am

Agree!… let the rookie have it at Atlanta!! ( I forget his name… sorry!)

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SicSemperTyrannis's picture

September 12, 2023 at 10:54 am

#31, Wilson. I'm not calling for that yet. #33 might be just fine. I'm not sure how determinations like that are made? I'm just saying that the risk of further injury to a minor hamstring issue would be a poor decision so early in the season.

How many hamstring issues have surfaced with this strength and conditioning coach? A few things predictably contribute to it; too much strain in the weight room, and insufficient warmup. Of course speedy guys like Christian Watson are a separate breed and can legitimately have their own issues that aren't so cut and dried.

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THESZOTMAN1's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:22 am

Great recap of HUGE win.
Like the pic of Love walking off field with his 1st win over Fields. But my favorite part is the background, showing empty stands. Bear "fans" LONG gone. All headed home to cry in their Bear beer. Again.
GPG
The Szotman

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bjkdad44's picture

September 11, 2023 at 11:26 am

Yep!!!

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