The Green Bay Packers are passing their first NFC North test of the 2011 NFL season, and Jermichael Finley's the biggest reason they're acing it and crushing the Chicago Bears.
Finley's hauled in three touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers, the latest a 10-yard scoring pass in the fourth quarter, to put the Packers up 27-10 on the Bears at Soldier Field.
Finley's three touchdowns are his first scores of the 2011 season, and one heck of a return to form for a player who missed most of Green Bay's 2010 Super Bowl run after a season-ending injury.
The Bears aren't likely to get back into this one. Forced to throw by an anemic running game and an early deficit, Chicago has been unable to protect Jay Cutler, as usual. The Bears quarterback has been harried, sacked twice, and pressured into two interceptions by Morgan Burnett.
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