One should have expected better things from the Chicago Bears in Week 10 at home against the Aaron Rodgers-less Green Bay Packers. After all, the Bears were coming off their bye week and, generally, their defense has played well at home thus far.
This wasn’t exactly the case, though, as Chicago allowed backup Packers QB Brett Hundley to post a 110.8 passer rating and Green Bay to muster a 7-of-16 mark on third downs.
The Bears couldn’t get much going on the ground either, as running back Jordan Howard averaged just 3.6 yards per carry on 15 attempts.
At least rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky passed for nearly 300 yards, so that’s a plus.