Morning Buzz: Packers dismantle the Bears

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Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at Grab a cup of coffee (or brew some tea, if that’s your thing) and get caught up on everything you need to know about the Packers after their 35-14 win over the Chicago Bears.

We’ll start with Ryan Wood’s look at the game through a historic lens.

From Ryan:

In the 195th game of a series that dates back to 1921, the Green Bay Packers won the rubber match.

The Packers trounced the Chicago Bears early and didn’t look back, winning 35-14 on Thursday night at Lambeau Field. Before the Bears had their second offensive snap, the Packers led, 14-0. The first half ended with the Packers scoring three touchdowns, and the Bears providing three turnovers.

Not even a 46-minute weather delay between the first and second quarters slowed them down.

The win improved the Packers to 3-1 this season, but there was even more historical significance. For the first time since 1933, the Packers lead the all-time series against their longest rival 95-94-6.

Michael Cohen and Tom Silverstein go over the game on the Packers Podcast:


Tom writes on the performance of the Packers' patchwork offensive line:

Michael highlights what quickly became a nightmare game for Damarious Randall:

Pete Dougherty writes that the Packers should feel good about their 3-1 start:

Stu Courtney has the Insider from the game:

Michael has the latest on all the injuries, including Ty Montgomery's broken ribs:

I chatted with readers after the game over on our Facebook page:

Elsewhere, Bleacher Report visualizes the game:

Davante Adams was serving it up after his touchdown:

The Lambeau crowd chanted U-S-A prior to the anthem:

The hit that sent Davante Adams to the hospital was an incredible cheap shot:

Jordy Nelson was thinking of his injured teammate after his second touchdown:

The Bears’ Twitter account was beaten worse than the team it represents:

The lengthy lightning delay didn’t seem to bother Packers fans:

The Packers Wire has the good, the bad and the ugly: