Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers vs. the Chicago Bears: By the Numbers

Aaron vs. da Bears in 2018 at Lambeau

Over his career in the NFL, quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers has pretty much had his way when he plays against the Chicago Bears.

The numbers certainly back that up.

Regular Season Record: 16-5

Postseason Record: 1-0

Completion Percentage: 67.16

Completions: 454

Touchdown Passes: 45

Interceptions: 10

Passer Rating: 105.9

Yards Passing: 5,156

Yards Rushing: 233

4th Quarter Comebacks: 7

3 thoughts on “Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers vs. the Chicago Bears: By the Numbers

  1. Mr. Bob Fox informative and very interesting statistics. Thank you. I watched the Bears practice again this summer at Olivet Nazarene College in Bourbonnais, Illinois. Again like last year the Bear Offense was not really impressive. Truibsky seems over-rated. And the kicker situation was a joke, which does not appear to be totally fixed as one of the Most Anticipated Bears vs. Packers Games Approaches for the 100th Year Anniversary of the NFL, with one of the Most Storied NFL Rivalries. The Bears Defense looked crushing, dominating, effective, and fierce. The Packer Offensive Line better hold, as I think the Bears Defense will attempt to plant Rodgers like a shrub. If Rodgers survives the Bear Defense, and if the Packers win, they should have a solid year. The Bears Starters were 90% Rested during the Pre-Season. The Bears will either be fierce and unstoppable, or seeking to find their Game Legs. All in all I hope it’s a great time, with few penalties, and no injuries. Comments ? Respectfully, Bruce Patrick.

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    • Thanks Bruce. From what I have seen, as I was in Green Bay not long ago, is that the Packers have made improvements along their offensive line. Add to that, the Packers are now running a new offensive scheme. It focuses on the outside zone running scheme. It will take a while to implement everything, but having a QB like Aaron Rodgers helps, as he has the capacity to change the plays at the line of scrimmage. The outside zone scheme also compliments the running skills of Aaron Jones. There is more play-action in this scheme, will can neutralize the pass-rushing skills of da Bears. The Packers D looks to be much improved this year as well, as former Bear S Adrian Amos has filled a big hole in the Green Bay secondary. The kicking game should favor the Packers. All that being said, one never knows what will happen when these two teams meet. The track record of Rodgers vs. Chicago is definitely a plus, but with a new scheme, it may take time for the offense to mesh. The game could turn out to be a defensive battle, much like the days when Vince Lombardi and George Halas stood across the field from one another. Bottom line, it should be another classic contest.

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