Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers live via online streaming this coming Thursday night at Lambeau Field, Green Bay in Wisconsin. The game will start at 8:20 PM Eastern Time. The Green Bay Packers lost thier first battle against San Francisco 49ers in this NFL 2012 regular season while the Chicago Bears defeated the Indianapolis Colts 41-21.
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Traditionally, Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers are always tough game match up to talk who will take the lead? Some people said that there will be a lot of beast in the field, so be careful to both teams. I hope no more injuries that comes in this match.
NFL Live | Week 2 | Regular Season
Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers
Date: September 13, 2012 – Thursday Night
Venue: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
NFL TV – Fox TV, NBC, CBS
Time: 8:20 PM (ET)
The Breen Bay Packers were the only NFC North team to lose their season opener as all four teams opened at home. QB Aaron Rogers looked very much like we are accustomed to seeing him completing 68.2 percent of his passes for 303 yards and two touchdowns but he also threw an interception and was sacked three times. Rodgers felt the heat because of a non-existent Packers running game as Cedric Benson gained just 18 yards on the ground on nine carries with all other rushing yards being gained by Rodgers scrambling, just 45 total years rushing. Randall Cobb has moved into a primary role as a pass catcher grabbing nine receptions while Jermichael Finley had seven catches and Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson had five each. Defensively Green Bay was gouged on the ground for 186 yards while allowing 191 through the air but they did have four sacks. A.J. Hawk had 14 tackles, D.J. Smith had nine tackles, and Clay Mathews had 2.5 sacks. The Packers won last year by outscoring their opponents but they are going to need to score points in bunches if they hope to do it that way again this season.
The Chicago Bears looked impressive in week one of the NFL season but of course they were playing the Indianapolis Colts who had the worst record in football last season. QB Jay Cutler showed few signs of rust after missing the latter part of last season as he completed 60 percent of his passes for 333 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Matt Forte looked in midseason form rushing for 80 yards and a touchdown and Michael Bush added two touchdowns. Brandon Marshall had a huge first game with the Bears as he caught nine passes for 119 yards and a touchdown and Alshon Jeffrey and Earl Bennett had three catches each. Defensively the Bears allowed 63 yards on the ground and 293 yards in the air but many of those were in garbage time when the game was well in hand but they also had three interceptions and three sacks. Major Wright and Kelvin Hayden had seven tackles each while Henry Melton had two sacks and Tim Jennings had two interceptions. It is early but the Bears look like they are going to be a handful on both sides of the ball this year.