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During the Green Bay Packers’ annihilation of the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night, a few records were set. Some of which may never be broken again.

Here is a list of records set in Green Bay’s 55-14 win over the Chicago Bears last night:

Passing Touchdowns – Tied Green Bay Record, Tied NFL Record

Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdown passes last night to tie the Green Bay franchise record set by Matt Flynn, and tied the NFL record originally set by Oakland’s Daryle Lamonica.

Passing Touchdowns In First Half – Tied NFL Record

Rodgers also tied a NFL record with six first half touchdown passes.

Scoring Passes of 70 yards or more – NFL Record

Rodgers broke a record he previously held with Peyton Manning and Brett Favre, he threw his 16th touchdown pass of 70 yards or more.

Points in a Game – Tied Lambeau Field Record

The 55 points tied a Packers record at Lambeau Field.

Points Given Up in a Half – Chicago Bears Franchise Record

Two weeks after giving up 38 points in the first half in a 51-23 loss to New England, the Bears set a dubious franchise record by giving up 42 points in a half.

Most Kickoff Returns In a Game – Tied NFL Record

Chris Williams tied the NFL record for the total amount of kick returns in a game with 10.

Most Points Given Up In a Game – Chicago Bears Franchise Record

The Chicago Bears tied a franchise record with 55 points given up in a game, the only other time that many points were given up was against the Detroit Lions in 1997.

“1986 Bears set franchise’s 16-game record with 187 points allowed. Bears have allowed 106 points past two weeks.”

Another Record That Could Be Broke in 2014:

Most Points Given Up In A Season – Chicago Bears Franchise Record

478 (set in 2013)

The Chicago Bears have given up 277 points in 9 games, this puts them on pace to break the franchise record AGAIN in 2014. To put this in perspective, the Jacksonville Jaguars have only given up 5 more points than the Bears…. but they’ve played 10 games.

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