The Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 35-14 Thursday night leaving the Packers with a 3-1 record while the Bears are now 1-3 in wins and losses. The price of the game was high for the Packers as the team struggles with injuries to some of its top players. Green Bay's Davante Adams was knocked out of the game after he took a hit to the helmet, delaying the game by five minutes. Running back Ty Montgomery was also knocked out of the game due to a chest injury while Demarius Randall was benched from playing. The cornerback was benched at the end of the second quarter and didn't return for the second half of the game.

Packers Davante Adams leaves on stretcher

USA Today reported that Green Bay Packers Davante Adams was taken off the field on a stretcher after he received a vicious hit. The hit occurred four minutes into the third quarter when the Packers played the Chicago Bears Thursday night. The wide receiver was hit in the head by tackle Danny Trevathan. Officials delayed the game for five minutes while medical personnel attended to Adams' injuries, and he gave a thumbs up as he was taken off the field. Trevathan received a penalty for unnecessary roughness after Adams caught the eight-yard catch and took it to the Chicago eight-yard line.

Montgomery ruled chest injury, Randall not injured

ESPN reported that running back Ty Montgomery was sidelined after he suffered broken ribs on the Packers' first possession on Thursday night.

No one on the Packers has played as much this season as Montgomery, and he has taken possession of the ball more than any other player. Montgomery has played 23 more snaps than Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott, who is second, and he took 39.6 percent of all Green Bay's touches of the ball. Wide receiver Randall Cobb has received the ball 10.7 percent.

There has been no word yet on when Montgomery will return to the field after his injury, and it remains to be seen what impact his injuries will have on Green Bay's ability to win.

ESPN reported that Damarius Randall was benched. The third-year cornerback was benched during the second quarter and didn't return for the second half of the game.

The Green Bay Packers refused to say whether or not the Randall left on his own or was escorted off the field. They did say that he had not been injured during the game. Coach Mike McCarthy said that it was an internal matter and that the team was working through it. Randall wasn't seen in the locker room after the end of the game when it was opened to reporters. The Packers player was pulled from the game after Chicago Bears wide receiver caught a five-yard touchdown pass with eight seconds left to go in the first quarter.