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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw 3 touchdown passes, all to receiver James Jones in their NFC North clinching win against the Chicago Bears 21-13.
Rodgers went 23/36 for 291 YDS on the day.
The win makes it six straight over the rival Bears, who fall to 8-6. With the latest loss, Chicago is in grave danger of the missing the playoffs. Optimism for the Bears, who started the season 7-1, has turned to an uncertainty that has head coach Lovie Smith sitting on the hot seat as his team folds again.
Receiver Alshon Jeffrey played his part in the loss with a whopping three offensive pass interference calls. Packers LB Chris Matthews a good day, sacking QB Jay Cutler twice.
Cutler finished the day going 12 for 21, 135 YDS, 1 TD and 1 INT.
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