- Aaron Rodgers told Packers fans to R-E-L-A-X about the team's offense. On Sunday he put last week's frustrations at ease with a brilliant performance at Soldier Field. Rodgers was throwing strikes from the outset. He finished 22-of-28 passing for 302 yards and four touchdowns. The quarterback wasn't pressured all day and picked apart the Bears' secondary with the precision of a heart surgeon.
- Jay Cutler provided another Jekyll-and-Hyde performance. In the first half the Bears' signal-caller was on target and keeping pace with Rodgers. The Bears moved the ball at will. But Cutler is gonna Cutler. He threw a ball over the middle at the end of the half that was ruled just short of the goal line, costing a chance at points. In the second half, a frustrated Cutler began forcing passes. He had back-to-back interceptions that killed drives (one on a miscommunication). He was relieved by Jimmy Clausen for the final drive.
- It was a wacky game all around. There were zero punts (just the second time in a regular-season game in NFL history). The teams combined for 854 yards of offense (Packers 358; Bears 496). The Bears attempted an onside kick in the second quarter (they weren't slowing Rodgers, anyway). And to wrap it up, the Packers had a short field goal blocked late in the game.
- Rodgers reached 25,000 passing yards in 3,065 attempts, the fewest attempts in NFL history to reach that mark (Kurt Warner previously held the record at 3,076 attempts).