Green Bay Packers Suffer First Loss: What Happens Now?

September 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Green Bay Packers lost their first game of the season last Monday night against the Chicago Bears, 20-17. This week they'll look to get on the right track as they play their division foe, the Detroit Lions.
On Monday night, the Packers lost to the Bears, which played well, but the Packers pretty much beat themselves. Jay Cutler may finally look like the quarterback that the Bears traded for from the Broncos. The Bears defense also played extremely well, and Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs look rejuvenated. Not to mention Julius Peppers, who played extremely well. The Bears defense did a nice job of taking away the Packers run game. The pass defense gave up 300 yards through the air to Aaron Rodgers, but looked alright as they came up with the necessary stops at the appropriate times.
Meanwhile, for the Packers, they lost their first game, and Aaron Rodgers even threw for over 300 yards. The Packers even had the ball for eleven more minutes than the Bears. How does th...

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