Podcast: Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers postgame show

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The Chicago Bears hosted the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field on Sunday for their Week 6 matchup. Like many of the meetings from the past decade between the two teams, the Packers came away victorious, with their 24-14 win over their division foe.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers yelled into the crowd following his 6-yard touchdown run, which was also the final points in the game.

“I’ve owned you all my f***ing life! I own you. I still own you.”

This is a statement Bears fans can’t dispute. With this latest victory, Rodgers is 22-5 against the Bears (including the playoffs). Sunday’s loss was also the first one for the Bears at Soldier Field this season.

In Justin Fields’ first game against Green Bay, he finished the game with 174 yards on 16-of-27 passing attempts and threw a touchdown and an interception.

This latest Bears-Packers game felt a lot like the previous ones, and the guys at The Chicago Audible break it all down in their recap. Listen in as Will DeWitt, Mason West and Nicholas Moreano analyze and — unfortunately — relive this Bears’ loss.

In this condensed version of the postgame show, the guys discuss what happened with the Bears’ offense, detailing how they thought Fields performed against Green Bay. They also highlight how rookie running back Khalil Herbert performed in his debut as the feature back.

The guys also gave their thoughts on the Bears’ defense that allowed Green Bay to go 3-of-4 in its red zone trips.

For those who strictly listen to the podcast, there is some background noise. This postgame recap was recorded on the field of Soldier Field, so keep that in mind as you listen.

There is plenty of great discussion throughout this show, so make sure you download the podcast or watch it on YouTube.

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