The Packers, as usual, threw the ball fairly well against the 49ers last Sunday, as Aaron Rodgers was 30-of-44 for 303 yards and two touchdowns. Rodgers threw a costly pick, however, and ended up with a 93.3 QB rating.
Overall, the Packers are ranked 11th in the NFL in passing offense, while the Bears are ranked third.
In terms of total offense, the Packers are ranked 19th, while the Bears are ranked sixth.
The big problem the Packers have is running the football. The Packers are tied for 26th in the NFL in rushing yardage as they were only able to rush for 45 yards against the Niners. Rodgers had 27 of those yards and running back Cedric Benson only had 18 yards in nine carries.
The Bears are ranked 14th in the NFL with a 114 rushing yards.
Bottom line, the Packers need to get more balanced in their offensive attack. The calling card of the Green Bay offense will always be the passing game, but the Packers need to blend in some effective running to keep the opposing defenses on their heels.