Packers lock-up #1 seed with win over Bears

Packers finish 13-3 on the season
Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers
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Chicago, IL- The Green Bay Packers secured the number one seed in the NFC playoffs by defeating the Chicago Bears 35-16 at Soldier Field Sunday afternoon. The Packers finish the season with a 13-3 record and will have a first round bye in the upcoming NFC playoffs.

Aaron Rodgers bolstered his MVP resume this afternoon by tossing four touchdowns and 240 yards on 19 completions. Rodgers finished the game with a 147.9 passer rating after having only five incompletions. With his four touchdowns today, Rodgers finished the regular season with 48 touchdown passes, a new franchise record for touchdown passes in a season.

Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Robert Tonyan and Dominique Dafney all hauled in a touchdown reception from Rodgers.

On the defensive side, Christian Kirksey contributed with a sack and Adrian Amos had the lone interception thrown by Mitch Trubisky.

The Packers will host the Divisional Round at Lambeau Field in two weeks.