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Here are some of our biggest takeaways from Green Bay’s Week 1 win as we welcome back football into our lives.
Luckily for the Packers, the offense woke up in the second quarter. Rodgers took Green Bay’s offense 74 yards in just over 90 seconds for the first touchdown on 2019. The big play on the drive was a vintage deep pass by Rodgers, completing a 47-yarder to Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
Penalties limit Bears
Chicago didn’t do themselves any favors in this game. They were called for three holding penalties in the first half after they were called for 12 in all of 2018.
Oh yeah, they also found themselves in a first-and-40 situation. Yikes. In all, the Bears were called for 10 penalties for 107 yards. Can’t do that if you want to contend for a Super Bowl.
That ultimately proved to be his demise, as he threw a deflating end zone interception in the fourth quarter as it looked like he turned a corner and had the Bears within range of scoring to tie the game. Hats off to former Bear Adrian Amos for getting this key interception off his old team.
If Chicago has any hope of contending in the NFC North and competing for a Super Bowl title, they need more consistency from Trubisky.
Even with Khalil Mack relatively contained by Green Bay, Leonard Floyd was a monster, totaling a team-high two sacks.
Allen Robinson bright spot for Bears offense
Allen Robinson was Chicago’s best player on offense. He finished with seven receptions for 102 yards and should have put up even higher totals.
Robinson was able to get separation, rise up for 50-50 balls and showed nice speed over the middle of the field. If Trubisky can improve and become a bit more accurate, Robinson should be the biggest beneficiary as he was by far his favorite target.
Both teams shaking off some rust
These two clubs clearly had some rust to shake off in the opener — 13 total points scored and 17 total punts should tell you that much. This slow start does make sense when you consider the starters for both sides were largely limited throughout the preseason.
Next up for the NFL Packers is a home contest against the Minnesota Vikings. Meanwhile, the Bears will visit the Broncos in Denver.
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