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NFC North Rundown: Bears’ offense rolls Youth Clay Matthews Jersey , Vikings’ defense falters in week five Behind the defense’s first shutout since the 2010 season, the Green Bay Packers cruised to a 22-0 win over the Buffalo Bills to improve to a 2-1-1 record. A pair of interceptions and an unexpected seven sacks against rookie Josh Allen paved the way for the Packers as the offense struggled to get into a rhythm once again with off-target passes and drops. Still, an important home win for Green Bay sets the stage for its next NFC North battle with the Detroit Lions next Sunday.Sitting alone atop the division remain the Chicago Bears, winners in amazingly lopsided fashion over Tampa Bay. An unforeseen offensive output from quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, paired with a relentless defense, helped Chicago enter the bye week with momentum. Meanwhile, shaky defensive games from the Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings led to losses that provided cushion for Chicago and Green Bay in the standings. Both the Lions and Vikings enter a pivotal week of adjustments in preparing for strong offenses in week five.Today’s rundown takes a look at some of those areas needing to be cleaned up as the NFL schedule crosses the quarter-season mark.Chicago Bears (3-1)Won 48-10 vs. Tampa Bay; Bye nextBears defense excited to see offense shine: ‘It feels like we’re a complete team’The Chicago defense was no slouch, intercepting three passes against Tampa Bay. But it was a six-touchdown, 354-yard passing performance from Trubisky and the offense that stole the headlines on Sunday for a surging Bears team.Column: Bears’ romp made possible by Bucs’ horrific defenseBrad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune takes a little bit of a different approach to the offensive explosion, citing the Buccaneers’ defensive faults as a key to Trubisky’s big day. Tampa coach Dirk Koetter called the performance “horrific,” along with some other attention-grabbing quotes.Chicago Bears’ torrid defense shows no signs of cooling offThree interceptions and four sacks helped lead the Bears’ defense in an impressive showing against the Bucs. A promising offense through the air in the first three games was held to just 251 passing yards on the afternoon.Detroit Lions (1-3)Lost 26-24 at Dallas; Next vs. Green BayRECAP: Lions at CowboysSlowing Ezekiel Elliott proved too tall a task on Sunday, as the Cowboys’ running back almost surpassed 100 yards both rushing and receiving. Meanwhile, the Lions had three receivers step up, while T.J. Lang missed some action once again.Lions defense fails, wasting a massive day from Golden TateThe blown lead looms large over what was a dynamic performance from Tate, who hauled in eight catches for 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns. His showboating after a go-ahead touchdown was addressed, however.Jarrad Davis’ pass coverage cost the Lions a possible win in DallasIssues in coverage continue for Detroit’s middle linebacker, who gave up a key reception to Elliott late in the contest. Davis’ issues as a rookie have not yet been solved.Minnesota Vikings (1-2-1)Lost 38-31 at LA Rams; Next at PhiladelphiaRams Outlast Vikings in a Shootout, 38-31A thrilling offensive game concluded with the Rams on top Womens Blake Martinez Jersey , as Minnesota’s defense was gashed for a second consecutive week.Vikings coach Mike Zimmer: Probably never been this poor in pass coverageMore on that defense that allowed 556 total yards and 465 yards and five touchdowns via the passing game. Head Coach Mike Zimmer and several players were distraught about the team’s defensive woes following the game.Mike Zimmer says Everson Griffen won’t return to Vikings until at least Week 6After a personal incident last week, Minnesota’s star defensive end will sit out the next several weeks with the Vikings’ support. This two-week trip through the NFC North was supposed to be one of the toughest stretches of the Buffalo Bills' schedule.At Minnesota. At Green Bay. After two double-digit losses to open the season, the Bills seemed destined to have a miserable time in the Midwest.The outlook has changed after a stunning 27-6 win over the Vikings.It's off to Lambeau Field now for resurgent Buffalo (1-2) to face the still out-of-sorts Packers (1-1-1) on Sunday."The Minnesota film is a big difference," Packers receiver Davante Adams said. "You see, the urgency kind of went up. They were more physical."One road win as a heavy underdog might be passed off as a fluke. A second victory in another tough road environment might make a lasting impression."On the scoreboard, I understand what people see," Bills coach Sean McDermott said. "The biggest thing for us is that we A) move forward, and B) that we embrace that growth mindset of getting better every rep, every day."This weekend might be an ideal time to try to beat Green Bay. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has played relatively well, especially given he is playing through a left knee injury. But the Packers have been prone to stretches of inconsistency on both sides of the ball. So far, they have rallied from a 20-point deficit to beat the Bears; lost a big lead in the fourth quarter in a tie with Minnesota; and trailed by 18 at the half of last week's 31-17 loss to Washington."I'm not making any excuses, but you kind of go through some growing pains each and every year," coach Mike McCarthy said. "But this is a great group as far as their attitude and energy, we just have to stay after it."Some other notes and things to watch:BRACING FOR ITPlaying with a brace on his left knee, Rodgers doesn't have his usual mobility outside the pocket, though he was able to move around a little more last week. One problem last week: uncharacteristic drops by receivers, including two by Randall Cobb.Rodgers was held out of practice at midweek the previous two weeks so he could focus on rehabbing his injury, while returning for the team's' light workouts on Saturdays.Rodgers missed practice Wednesday again, but the quarterback was cleared to practice on Thursday Womens Geronimo Allison Jersey , which is the team's most intensive day of on-field preparation. Rodgers still does his usual extensive work with receivers in the film room, too."I'm one who always loves being out there because you're not just competing but you're working on things with the guys and working on the game plan," Rodgers said. "That's the trade-off - not being out there for practice but the trade-off is I can actually get out there and play on Sunday."ROOKIE ARMThe Buffalo offense remains a work in progress with rookie first-round pick QB Josh Allen preparing to make his third career start and second on the road. He took over two series into the second half in a 47-3 season-opening loss at Baltimore after Nathan Peterman threw two interceptions and oversaw an offense that managed one first down through 10 possessions.The Bills traded up five spots to select Allen out of Wyoming, despite questions about his accuracy. Otherwise, he's a strong-armed and mobile player who showed off his abilities against Minnesota. He scored twice rushing and added another passing in the first half.ON THE LINEThe Bills' defense rebounded in a big way against Minnesota, led by end Jerry Hughes. He wreaked havoc in the Minnesota backfield with a sack, two quarterback hits and a forced fumble. The Bills' four sacks against Minnesota were the most since getting six in a Week 2 loss last season at Carolina.The Packers are dealing with injuries on the right side of the line. Tackle Bryan Bulaga was limited at midweek with a back injury that knocked him out of last week's loss, though the veteran appeared to be in good shape to play against Buffalo. Guard Justin McCray missed practice at midweek with a shoulder injury.SEEKING HYDEMicah Hyde returns to Lambeau for the first time since leaving the Packers as a free agent in 2016. He has gone from a jack-of-all-trades in the Green Bay secondary into a solid player at safety for the Bills."We know Micah Hyde. He's going to be everywhere. His instinctiveness and awareness (are) as high as it comes," McCarthy said.CLAY'S DAYKeep an eye on Packers linebacker Clay Matthews, who has drawn roughing-the-passer flags in each of the first three games. The calls, especially over the last two weeks, have raised questions among players on both sides of the ball around the league: Just what constitutes a legal hit on a quarterback?"Yeah, I'm with Clay, man. This is frustrating," Hyde said. "That's not even me, but I know what type of player, what type of person Clay is, and that's just bogus."AP Sports Writer John Wawrow in Buffalo contributed to this report.

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