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Here's a list of the records the Packers broke against the Bears

There are games, blowouts, bloodbaths -- then there's what the Green Bay Packers did to the Chicago Bears on Sunday night football. It wasn't just a mammoth 55-14 win, it was historic. Here are the records the Packers broke:

  • Aaron Rodgers tied for eighth in NFL history with six touchdowns in a game.
  • Rodgers' six touchdown passes in the first half tied a record set by Daryle Lamonica in 1969. Neither threw a TD in the second half.
  • The 55 points scored by the Packers was the most they've ever scored against the Bears (49-0 in 1962).
  • The loss tied the record for most points allowed by the Bears (this game against the Detroit Lions in 1997.)
  • The 42 points allowed in the first half was the most in Chicago Bears' history. On the other hand, the Packers' 42-point lead was the second-largest halftime margin in NFL history.
  • Rodgers threw three touchdown passes of 40-plus yards, tying a Packers record set by Cecil Isbell in 1942.
  • The Bears are the first team to allow 50 points in two straight games since the 1923 Rochester Jeffersons.