Aaron Rodgers throws three first-half TDs as Packers lead 27-10 at halftime


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Aaron Rodgers looked like Aaron Rodgers in the first half of Sunday night football, and for the Bears, unfortunately, Mitchell Trubisky looked Mitchell Trubisky for much of the day.

Rodgers threw three first-half touchdown passes, and Trubisky had two turnovers, one of which the Packers returned to touchdown as the Packers took the commanding 27-10 lead into the locker room at halftime.

Rodgers scored 15 of 18 passes for 128 yards in the first half. He threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams, a 5-yard touchdown pass to Marcedes Lewis, and a 2-yard touchdown pass to Allen Lazard.

The Packers got a touch on their first three balls, only Mason Crosby’s missed extra point kept them from the perfect first 30 minutes.

Aaron Jones has nine deliveries at 50 yards and Adams has five catches at 54 yards.

The Bears expected a chip-shot field goal in their first possession after they reached the Green Bay 9-yard line. On their second run, they reached Green Bay 38, before Darnell Savage captured Trubisky in the final zone.

The third possession ended even worse with Za’Darius Smith forcing a Trubisky-like forced situation that Preston Smith returned 14 yards for a touchdown.

Trubisky closed the half in a high pitch, although the Bears led the way in a 14-game, 87-yard lead that ended with a 1-yard touchdown pass for Allen Robinson, remaining 19 seconds in the second quarter. This was the first touch against Bears Offense since November 8th.

Trubisky scored 107 yards out of 11/17 with a touchdown, interception and lost fumble.