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Bears' McPhee motivated by Rodgers' Week 1 comment (2:47)

McPhee: Rodgers' remark motivated Bears

Chicago LB Pernell McPhee said Thursday's win at Green Bay was extra meaningful because of comments made by Aaron Rodgers in Week 1. "C'mon, the quarterback said he loved beating up on us. Who he think we are?" McPhee told reporters. "We ain't the team from last year, or two years ago, or three years ago. ... A lot of guys took it personal."

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Bears' McPhee: Rodgers' comment added fuel

The Bears' win Thursday at Green Bay was especially meaningful to LB Pernell McPhee, who was spurred by comments Packers QB Aaron Rodgers made in Week 1.

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Player investment company files for stock symbol

The Fantex offering of shares of athlete earnings would initially be sold exclusively by investment bank UBS and, if approved, will be listed on NASDAQ under the symbol FXSP.

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The Bears did not release any injury information on Monday, but tight end Martellus Bennett (ribs) participated in the open portion of practice. Wide receiver Eddie Royal (knee) did not.

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Bears head coach John Fox conceded that he felt in order for his team "to stay relevant," they needed to upset Green Bay on Thursday night. With that mission accomplished, Fox said the focus is now on defeating San Francisco on Sunday and improving to .500. The Bears are currently 10th in the NFC Playoff Standings.

Cutler rallies for first win at Lambeau

After a miserable start to the Thursday night game, Jay Cutler was able to muster up enough offense to topple the Packers in Green Bay. He finished 19 of 31 for 200 yards and no turnovers in his first career win at Lambeau Field. Game balls

Forte can't get much going in return

In his first game back since being injured on Nov. 1, Matt Forte managed just 44 yards on 15 carries. He added one nine-yard catch to total four fantasy points in the win over Green Bay. Thanksgiving Day fantasy winners/losers

Bears more fun to watch lately (1:35)
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Cutler breaks dubious streaks

Not only did Jay Cutler win his first game at Lambeau Field on Thanksgiving night, it was also the first time in 13 starts that he did not throw an interception against the Packers.

Cutler, Lacy receive game balls in upset at Lambeau Field (1:12)

Team Stats

Passing Yards235.721st
Rushing Yards110.716th
Points For21.0Tied-24th
Points Against24.019th

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