Brett Hundley proved the Packers aren't cooked just yet

Brett Hundley proved the Packers aren't cooked just yet

There was the 19-yard touchdown on the back-shoulder fade that Rodgers practically perfected, and the 42-yard deep completion for a key first down.

The Green Bay Packers finally found a way to win without Aaron Rodgers.

Prior to the fourth, the only really big play came when the Bears challenged themselves out of a touchdown, and into a turnover.

"He was upset but he kind of took over and said, 'Screw it, forget about what we got hurt on earlier, that was on me".

It was a remarkable turnaround for a player who has struggled with his new starring role in the Green Bay offense. I just thank the team. Hundley enters this game with just 132 career pass attempts under his belt.

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Hundley even gutted it out after he injured his hamstring, something he said will not be an issue this week when he prepares for Sunday's game against the Ravens at Lambeau Field. While rookie third-string tailback Jamaal Williams performed well in relief duty, it was the quarterback's ability to extend drives that allowed his team to grind Chicago down to a fine paste. Minus Aaron Rodgers and with the league's 25th-ranked defensive unit, the Green Bay Packers have their work cut out for themselves. A wasted timeout on one of the most obvious hard counts in National Football League history as the first quarter wound down. Well, the experts were right on that low-scoring prediction, up until the fourth quarter, when this game got really interesting.

Green Bay - and Hundley - still have a ways to go.

Brett Hundley threw for 212 yards and a touchdown, Nick Perry had three sacks and the Packers beat the Chicago Bears 23-16 on Sunday to snap a three-game losing streak.

Chris Emma of 670 The Score joins Sports Feed on Monday to discuss what he saw from the team on Sunday and what could be ahead for the Bears.

That seemed like a long shot after Week 9, but Hundley's ideal fourth quarter and the veteran accuracy he displayed connecting with Adams suggest it might not be such a bad bet after all.

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