Week 3 was quite the perfect storm for the Green Bay Packers. They escaped with a victory as the New Orleans Saints saw a lead evaporate before their eyes.
That win didn't come easy for Green Bay, though, as the Packers had to fight back down 17-0 and battle through some of their own mistakes and mental errors. Following the game, head coach Matt LaFleur made it known that this win meant something.
As for the three divisional foes? Well, let's just get right into our power rankings and check in on the state of the division.
4. Chicago Bears (0-3)
This past week was a wild ride for the Chicago Bears. There were injuries galore, potential controversy between Justin Fields and the coaching staff, along with a resignation from defensive coordinator Alan Williams, which is still somewhat of a mystery.
It would have been the perfect week for this Bears team to come together and show they have not let the events of this week get to them, but instead, we saw a result that pretty much everyone expected going into this game.
The Bears were absolutely dominated in every sense of the game, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs 41-10. It was more of the same for the Bears, who finished with just over 200 yards of offense, went just 4-of-12 on third down while allowing the Chiefs to go 10-of-14 and saw Fields pass for under 100 yards.
In the end, the Bears were left with even more questions than they had going into this week. They look like quite possibly the worst team in football.