Early on, Rodgers carves up Bears pass defense

Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- After a week of consternation about their passing defense, the Chicago Bears have allowed Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers to complete his first seven passes Sunday at Lambeau Field. The final two were slant passes in the red zone; Greg Jennings' 3-yard catch went for the first touchdown of the game.

The Bears have tweaked their pass defense, using Danieal Manning at nickel instead of Corey Graham, but nothing has changed in the big picture.