Aaron Rodgers distributed free tickets to police officers for TNF

Arnold Nichols
October 3, 2017

Mike Glennon's four-turnover outing on Thursday Night Football had Bears fans clamoring for a quarterback change, especially as the game wore on and the Packers' lead grew insurmountable.

With starting offensive tackles David Bakhtiari (hamstring) and Bryan Bulaga (ankle) inactive and backup tackles Jason Spriggs, Kyle Murphy and Don Barclay on injured reserve, the Packers started a makeshift offensive line that didn't include any career tackles. He was substituted after scoring five rushes in 26 yards. "That's a great sign", McCarthy said. In those two decades, Chicago won 30 games, while Green Bay mustered up just nine total victories.

Trubisky excelled in the preseason, exceeding expectations by completing 36 of 53 passes for 364 yards with three touchdowns, no interceptions and a 106.2 passer rating. The mid-2000s were more favorable to Chicago, but Green Bay has been able to even up the record recently, thanks to the combination of Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy.

"Obviously a very poor performance". "Because every Monday, or every day after a game, [GM] Jason [Licht] and I get together and, you know, Jason's got his ideas on what roster changes have to go".

"If you watched the game, " the surprisingly still-employed Fox said after that garbage in Green Bay, "I don't think it was an ideal time to put (Trubisky) in".

Sanders continued that Glennon was "effective" and "efficient" in the first half.

Bears: Jordan Howard ran for 53 yards on 18 carries, including a 3-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Just moments before the National Anthem began, chants of US echoed throughout Lambeau Field.

After Week 3 games were marked by players sitting, kneeling and staying in the locker room during the national anthem, both teams were on the field for "The Star-Spangled Banner", and there were no sitters or kneelers. Many people in the crowd held up small flags during and after the anthem.

Donald Trump said in an interview broadcast on Thursday that he believed National Football League owners are "afraid of their players" when it came to the protest of racial and social injustice that has swept the American sporting landscape.

Bears: Host the Minnesota Vikings on October 9.

Most fans declined the invitation to link arms, but still many said the atmosphere felt respectful and united.

Packers: Visit the Dallas Cowboys on October 8.

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