Yes, or he's pressing too much. But really, all he has to do is play solidly. He's gotten to start this week and last week. Make it so the coaches feel they can't take you off the field.
Let's not go too far with that. He still has to prove he can hang onto the ball consistently, can catch and can pass protect. He has a long way to go to be the real deal.
As a first rounder you have to give him some time. He was hurt last year and so they had to find out whether he could bounce back this year.
That was the No. 1 concern with him.
Glennon finished the half 11 of 16 for 125 yards and a touchdown with one INT, 86.7 rating.
Bears' backs ran 13 times for 31 yards.
Rodgers was 9 of 15 for 119 yards and 2 TDs, 124.7 rating.
Packers rushed 13 times for 51 yards.
I don't know, Kenny Clark looks good. King and Jones seem like they'll be good players. Dean Lowry is OK. Blake Martinez has turned out better than I thought.
It rained like nobody's business during the delay. Looked like some players didn't change their cleats.
Crosby ready for the kickoff.
Packers flagged for illegal formation on the kickoff.
That shouldn't happen. There's a limit on the number of guys you can have on one side of the field on a kickoff. I'm not sure if that was the call.
Both Jamaal Williams (knee) and Joe Thomas (ankle) are out.
Bears will start at their own 28 after the return.
Josh Jones and Jake Ryan are the inside backers.
Packers just blew a coverage. Looked like Burnett went with the wrong guy on that one.
Josh Hawkins has replaced Damarious Randall in the starting lineup.
Glennon is not getting pressured at all.
There's a little pressure finally on Glennon.
By the way, Damarious Randall is sitting on the bench away from the action. Davon House is sitting with him talking to him.