John Fox gets blasted for 'winning' replay challenge that cost Bears

Jordan Howard said his body feels the best it has since the season started

Asked why his club was so sloppy coming off the bye, coach John Fox responded, "Everyone has their own interpretation". Some posters added the hashtag #FireFox to leave no room for doubt.

CHICAGO-Brett Hundley passed for 212 yards and one touchdown, Nick Perry registered three sacks, and the Green Bay Packers held on for a 23-16 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Through three quarters, on 12 first-down plays not including the two-minute drive at the end of the first half, the Bears ran the ball nine times.

WGN's Marcus Leshock crafted a meme of the situation, coupling a clip of Fox's face, as the realization of the referees' reversal dawns on him, with "Frolic", the bumbling theme song of HBO comedy "Curb Your Enthusiasm".

A combination of opportunistic defensive play, long sustained drives including 160 team rushing yards and a game-winning drive capped by a ideal throw from Brett Hundley to Davante Adams for a 19-yard score has Green Bay at (5-4) on the season.

That's water under the dam now for the Packers who won for the seventh straight season at Soldier Field and increased the all-time series lead to 96-94-6 with a sweep of the Bears. The biggest play of the game was a coaching gaffe by Fox near the two-yard line. Regardless, the Packers proved capable of stepping up for Hundley and doing enough around the quarterback position to win an important football game.

The Green Bay Packers would love nothing more than to have Aaron Rodgers return this season and lead a deep playoff run.

Sometimes it's best to hang on to the red flag, as the touchback ruling against Chicago - instead of a first-and-goal - showed on Sunday. After navigating down the right sideline, Cunningham reached for the pylon by diving from the 3-yard line but was initially ruled to have stepped out of bounds before the goal line.

Cunningham said he thought it was a TD at first, but he agreed with the call after watching the replay. I go down at the 1, next play it's first-and-goal and we hand the ball to Jordan (Howard). After he lost it the second time, it went right into the pylon.

"Obviously that's a play that you'd like to have back but that's not how it works", he said. "Which creates a touchback".

And while I think that may overwhelmingly be due to how poorly this team is coached, they also just don't have the personnel, especially on offense, to be taken seriously yet.

If the Lions are going to catch the Vikings, they have to take care of business at Soldier Field in Week 11, and complete the season sweep at home on Thanksgiving. The Bears, however, turned it over once and had their quarterback sacked five times.

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