Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes and the Green Bay Packers routed the Chicago Bears, 35-14, on Thursday night in Wisconsin. Green Bay (3-1) built a 21-0 lead on the strength of Rodgers’ TD passes and held on for the win in a game delayed 45 minutes by lightning between the first and second quarters.

The Packers forced Chicago quarterback Mike Glennon into four turnovers in the game. The Bears never challenged for the lead. The margin was as great as 28 points in the second half.

Green Bay suffered key losses in the win. Running back Ty Montgomery left early with a chest injury, and receiver Davante Adams was stretchered off the field in the third quarter, though he signaled a thumbs-up to the crowd.

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