The Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears 27-17 in a sloppy game at Soldier Field in Chicago to advance to 3-0 on the season. The Bears fell to a disappointing 1-2 with the painful loss to a division foe on their home field.
The Packers played well enough to get the victory but certainly left room for improvement as they turned the ball over twice and committed seven penalties. Proving they were clearly the better team, the Packers left opportunities on the field and let the Bears hang around late.
The Packers benefited from some great individual performances as they outlasted the Bears in NFC North battle. The win leaves the Packers tied with the Detroit Lions for first in the division.