With all eyes on Aaron Rodgers and the new-look Packers offense, the back-to-back NFL MVP looked sharp from start to finish, throwing for 234 yards and two touchdowns.
However, FOX Sports' Colin Cowherd is still not convinced that Rodgers has gained the trust of his new wide receivers.
On Monday's airing of "The Herd," Cowherd said that he hasn't seen the improvement he would like to see in the Packers' offense following the team's 22nd win over the Bears in their past 25 meetings.
"The same issues with Green Bay this morning still persist," Cowherd said. "Aaron doesn't trust his young receivers.
Oh, Romeo Doubs, his two catches were screen passes. He [Rodgers] ain't throwing the ball downfield to him [Doubs], and he's a wonderful young talent.
In Green Bay's first two games this season, Rodgers has totaled 429 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, one interception and a 94.5 quarterback rating, completing 69.5% of his throws. Watkins is the team's leading receiver with six receptions for 111 yards.