Week 1 2018: Packers vs. Bears
New stars, new organizational directions, and an overall balancing of roster talent may have the NFL’s oldest rivalry roaring back to life.
The Packers were in pads on Thursday and they got their top receiver back on the field.
APC Writers share their favorite non-Rodgers moments from Sunday’s game.
Bryan Bulaga had a rough first half against the Bears and Khalil Mack. Let’s see how he and his team righted the ship.
The guys gather to discuss an emotional roller coaster of a game against the Chicago Bears.
Tarik Cohen broke off one big return on a Scott punt Sunday night, but it wasn’t the rookie’s fault.
Changing the focus of the offense from "blocking Khalil Mack" to "repeatedly targeting Prince Amukamara’s backup" turned into a winning strategy, and the Bears had no answer for it.
The performance by Aaron Rodgers in the second half of Sunday night’s game was near perfect in every way.
It forced Mike McCarthy’s playcalling in a different direction — one that was much more effective against Chicago’s defense.
The story is Rodgers’ injury comeback, but there were still plenty of fantasy points to either extend your lead or cut into the deficit heading into Monday.
The Packers’ comeback behind Aaron Rodgers was one for the ages, but a full team effort allowed Green Bay to come out with an improbable week-one win.
The Packers new defensive coordinator said before the year he was focused on stopping passing games. He delivered in Week 1.
It was all about the 11 package on offense and the dime on defense for Mike McCarthy and company.
Perhaps no player in NFL history has authored more nightmares for the Bears than Aaron Rodgers, who pulled off a 20-point comeback on Sunday Night Football.
Shocker - #12 gets top honors for his one-legged performance on Sunday night.
Rodgers left the game on a cart in the second quarter. The Bears led 20-0. Ballgame? No way.
Thought Aaron’s night was done? Think again.
Green Bay is struggling early, but that means little to nothing if their MVP and $133 million man misses significant time.
Oren Burks, the Packers’ third-round pick back in April, will miss the first game of the season with a shoulder injury.
This is the last episode of HTOTW prior to the 2018 season.
Losing an ultra-athletic safety for a team with versatile tight ends and running backs isn’t ideal, but the Packers rookie linebacker was brought to Green Bay specifically for these moments.
The Packers won’t have one of their top three safeties, but a dynamic rookie defender still has a decent shot of suiting up in the season opener.
Both Chicago and Green Bay were inconsistent getting to the quarterback a season ago, but their quarterbacks have been just as inconsistent when facing pressure of their own.
Lester Wiltfong of SB Nation’s Chicago Bears blog Windy City Gridiron answers our questions about the Khalil Mack trade, Matt Nagy’s new offense, and what he expects from Bears vs. Packers.
The Bears are scary on paper, but that’s as far as it goes.
The Packers will probably open the season without third-round linebacker Oren Burks.
Get ready for the opening game of the 2018 regular season with our Packers-Bears Game Primer.
APC’s writers feel good about the Packers’ ability to keep Mack contained and get a win at Lambeau on Sunday.
Green Bay could be missing a pair of key players in the middle of their defense on Sunday night.
Green Bay has four tight ends on the roster and has been utilizing them in preseason, but Chicago’s defense is stout in those matchups.