Aaron Rodgers has effectively owned the Bears since becoming the Green Bay Packers’ starter: 8-3 in his starts.
The numbers have been well-recited. Since entering the NFL, Jay Cutler is 1-8 against the Green Bay Packers (including one game with the Denver Broncos). The individual stats have reflected that.
In the aftermath of the debacle in Philadelphia, a couple of Bears allowed that it would be nicer if Aaron Rodgers didn’t play Sunday.
They wouldn’t have to face him head-to-head for the most part, except for the occasional chipping or blocking for the run.