NFL Week 14 Game Recap: Green Bay Packers 45, Chicago Bears 30

Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) throws a touchdown pass to wide receiver Davante Adams (not pictured) in the fourth quarter against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

In the second-highest-scoring Chicago BearsGreen Bay Packers game of all time, Green Bay came from behind to beat Chicago yet again, this time 45-30.

Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields finished the game with 224 passing yards, 74 rushing yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Longtime Packers QB Aaron Rodgers passed for 341 yards and four touchdowns.

The Bears host the Minnesota Vikings next Monday night, while the Packers go out of conference to play the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

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Green Bay Packers


Rodgers averaged 9.2 yards per attempt with an 82.9% adjusted completion percentage. He threw the ball in 2.54 seconds and 7.7 yards downfield on average.

Running Back

A.J. Dillon outpaced Aaron Jones with 15 carries to five, but Jones had a 7.0-yards per carry average while Dillon finished at 4.7. Dillon forced two missed tackles, but Jones was still a bigger focus in the passing game, catching all three of his targets for 30 yards and a touchdown.

Wide Receiver/Tight End

Davante Adams was the star again, catching 10 of his 13 targets for two touchdowns and 121 yards, with 61 yards coming after the catch.

Allen Lazard was targeted seven times on the day, catching six passes for 75 yards and a touchdown.

Offensive Line

The Packers' stout offensive line gave up just four pressures, according to PFF's first review of the game film. Yosh Nijman was the only one with multiple pressures given up, as he gave up two, including the line’s one sack.

Defensive Line

Preston Smith led the defensive line with six pressures and two sacks, while multiple linemen recorded at least four pressures.

Name Pressures Sacks
Preston Smith 6 2
Kenny Clark 6 0
Rashan Gary 5 0
Kinglsey Keke 4 0
Dean Lowry 4 0

De’Vondre Campbell tallied seven tackles against the run, including one tackle for loss. He was targeted seven times in coverage, giving up five catches for 66 yards and a touchdown.


Rasul Douglas nabbed an interception and didn’t allow a catch on two targets. Chandon Sullivan had the other interception and allowed only one catch for 25 yards on four targets.

Chicago Bears


Justin Fields was pressured on 22 of his 43 dropbacks, and it proved to be the difference on Sunday night. Kept clean, Fields was able to gain 10.2 yards per pass attempt, but that figure dropped to just 3.2 when he was moved off his spot by the Packers' rush.

Completions Attempts Yards TD:INT
Kept Clean 11 17 173 2:1
Under Pressure 7 16 51 0:1
Running Back

David Montgomery was given 10 of the Bears' 13 handoffs to running backs. He gained 42 yards on those carries, with 19 coming after contact, and he gained two first downs. He also caught six of his seven targets for 39 yards and two first downs through the air.

Wide Receiver/Tight End

Darnell Mooney caught only one of his five targets for 19 yards, but that one catch did go for a touchdown. Allen Robinson II led the receiving corps in targets, but even he only caught two passes for 14 yards and a touchdown.

Offensive Line

Rookie Teven Jenkins came in early to replace Jason Peters and allowed three pressures and two sacks. James Daniels and Cody Whitehair allowed six pressures, and Larry Borom allowed five.

Defensive Line

Robert Quinn led the line with three pressures and two sacks, while Bilal Nichols notched three pressures and one sack.


Alec Ogletree allowed all five targets into his coverage to be caught for 68 yards and a touchdown, while Roquan Smith allowed all three targets into his coverage to be caught for 49 yards.


Artie Burns and Jaylon Johnson were targeted eight times each. Johnson gave up five catches for 53 yards and a touchdown, while Burns gave up six for 43 yards. Xavier Crawford allowed two touchdowns on three targets.


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