Mitchell Trubisky commits turnovers.
Aaron Rodgers throws touchdown passes.
It can’t be put much more simply than that. Rodgers, to no one’s surprise, outplayed Trubisky to ridiculous proportions in a quarterbacking mismatch. And the Green Bay Packers all but wrapped up the NFC North title by beating the Chicago Bears, 41-25, Sunday night at Lambeau Field in a game not nearly as close as the final score suggested.
The Packers led by as much as 31 points, at 41-10, on their way to improving their record to 8-3. They’re three games ahead of the second-place Bears, who are 5-6 and on a five-game losing streak, and Minnesota Vikings with five games remaining in the regular season.
Rodgers threw four touchdown passes to four different receivers in a 21-for-29, 211-yard passing show for Green Bay. His touchdown throws went to wide receivers Davante Adams and Allen Lazard and tight ends Marcedes