Aaron Rodgers leads the Packers to their destination

Aaron Rodgers leads the Packers to a safe haven


After a disappointing start against the Minnesota Vikings, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers came back to life on Sunday at Lambeau Field, beating the Chicago Bears 27-10.< /strong> 

Despite an offensive blackout in the second half, the Packers were never threatened by the Bears after the first quarter.

Rodgers completed his two touchdown passes during the second period. He first joined Aaron Jones from eight yards, then deftly spotted Allen Lazard five yards into the end zone late in the quarter.

Rodgers hit the target on 19 of his 25 stints and had 234 yards by air. He was the victim of three quarterback sacks.

Jones netted the Packers' other major early in the second quarter by completing a 15-yard run in the pay zone. He rushed for 132 yards during the game.

After a promising start to the game, the Bears were handicapped by their anemic offense. Center Justin Fields had the team's only major, in the first quarter, by running.

Fields threw just 11 passes in the game and completed seven. larceny and three sacks and has only accumulated 70 yards.

The Bears (1-1), Packers (1-1) and Detroit Lions (1-1) have all posted the same file in the North section of the National. The Vikings (1-0) will play their second game on Monday, against the Philadelphia Eagles (1-0).