By BOB McGINN
The Green Bay Packers scored 17 points on Sunday at Soldier Field. They probably should have had twice that many.
There were receivers running free and targets to be found in the end zone. You don’t expect that against a defense as formidable as the Chicago Bears, but interim coach Joe Philbin found ways to make it happen.
The Packers left all those yards and all those points on the field because their quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, had another off day in a season filled with them. You could count half a dozen opportunities downfield for Rodgers on passes he used to complet...
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