Veteran quarterback #Aaron Rodgers tossed for 179 yards and four touchdowns while the defense forced four turnovers as the #Green Bay Packers crushed the #Chicago Bears, 35-14, in Thursday’s rain-delayed showdown at Lambeau Field. With the win, the Packers (3-1) took the lead in their rivalry with the Bears, 95-94-6, for the first time since 1932. Rodgers completed 18 of 26 passes with no interception, Jordy Nelson caught four passes for 75 yards and two scores,

Randall Cobb received four throws for 44 yards and a touchdown while Davante Adams caught one touchdown pass before he was injured by Danny Trevathan’s hit in the third period.

Rookie rusher Aaron Jones was impressive in his first NFL regular-season game, running 13 times for 49 yards and a touchdown for the Packers.

Mike Glennon completed 21 of 33 passes for 218 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions as the Bears dropped to 1-3. Kendall Wright caught four passes for 51 yards and a touchdown while Jordan Howard carried the ball 18 times for 53 yards and a score for the Bears. After another loss, Bears coach John Fox will look into the possibility of replacing Glennon with first-round pick Mitchell Trubisky when they take on the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 9.

Adams hospitalized due to Trevathan’s hit

Adams was taken off the field on a stretcher and brought to the hospital after taking a hard hit to the helmet from Trevathan in the third quarter. The team said Adams is being evaluated for head and neck injuries, aside from possible concussion.

The team said Adams was conscious while being brought to the hospital and had movement in his extremities.

Trevathan was penalized for unnecessary roughness and is expected to be punished under the NFL’s new rules on hits. Per NFL.com, Trevathan denied that his hit on Adams was intentional, saying he’s only doing his job. “I'm sorry about that, and I'm going to reach out to him,” added Trevathan. Before he left the game, Adams caught two passes for 13 yards.

Packers also lost two rushers

Earlier, the Packers lost Montgomery on their first drive Thursday due to broken ribs. Before he was sidelined, Montgomery carried the ball five times for 28 yards. Montgomery’s backup, Jamaal Williams, was also ruled out of the game after sustaining a knee injury in the second quarter. The injuries paved the way for Jones to enter the game. The Packers also lost linebacker Joe Thomas due to an ankle injury. Linebacker Blake Martinez and safety Josh Jones were evaluated for concussion and back injury, respectively, but return to the game.