In the first of two games this season, the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears squared off at Lambeau Field.
The Bears fan base was anticipating this game with excitement because they wanted to watch Justin Fields' second-year development against their fiercest opponents.
Despite having a 7-3 advantage after the first quarter, the Packers' second quarter scoring of 21 points looked to be enough to put Chicago away.
At halftime, they had a 24-7 advantage against the Bears, which was too much for them to overcome.
The Bears-Packers rivalry was Matt Eberflus' next major challenge after succeeding in his coaching debut.
Eberflus' squad had an early 7-3 lead in the first quarter, but they were unable to build on that lead, and he started the game 0-1 versus Green Bay.
Aaron Jones feasted on the ground as Chicago once more battled to halt the run.
On 15 carries, Jones gained 132 yards (8.8 average) and scored a touchdown. The Bears have now allowed more than 176 yards on the run for the second consecutive week, which is unsettling going ahead.