Tracy Porter up, Charles Leno down in Bears' win

Cutler, Lacy receive game balls in upset at Lambeau Field

NFL Nation reporters Jeff Dickerson and Rob Demovsky award game balls to Bears QB Jay Cutler for his first ever win at Lambeau Field and to Packers RB Eddie Lacy, who rushed for more than 100 yards for the second straight game.

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- A look at the Chicago Bears players who were "up" and those who were "down" in Thursday's 17-13 win over the Green Bay Packers.


Tracy Porter: The veteran's best game in a Bears' uniform. Porter made life difficult for Aaron Rodgers, intercepting a pass and breaking up four others. Porter had another interception taken away because of an iffy penalty.

Jay Cutler: Cutler's first career victory at Lambeau Field. He completed 19 of 31 passes for 200 yards and one touchdown (90.8 quarterback rating). However, the most important statistic: zero picks. That's unheard of for Cutler versus the Packers.

Lamarr Houston: Houston made a definite impact. He finished the game with seven tackles, one sack, two tackles-for-loss and one fumble recovery. And Houston even shook Brett Favre's hand after the legendary Green Bay quarterback's halftime ceremony. He was all over the place.

Zach Miller: Miller keeps producing. With Martellus Bennett (ribs) unavailable, Miller has four touchdowns in the last four games.


Charles Leno: The left tackle had a rough outing. Leno allowed several pressures and missed the key block that led to Green Bay's only sack of the night. He seemed the exchange words with Cutler after he botched the pass-protection.

Kickoff coverage: The Bears allowed Jeff Janis to return two kickoffs for 82 yards. That's unacceptable. Special teams are still a major work in progress.