At the 12:02 p.m. kickoff at Soldier Field yesterday, it was 11 degrees with a wind chill of minus 4. That made it the sixth-coldest Bears game at Soldier Field on record. And when Aaron Rodgers found Jordy Nelson to set-up the game-winning field goal for the Packers, it evened the all-time series at 94-94-6. But let’s go back to that 60-yard pass super late that led to the Packers’ 30-27 win. Namely, David Haugh writes, why was rookie Cre’Von LeBlanc tasked with guarding the veteran Nelson – who called that defense? And if you go back one play before that, Brad Biggs writes, why didn’t the Bears go for it on 4th-and-goal from the 4-yard-line instead of settling for a field goal? Today, the Bears put their 18th player (yes, 18th) on injured reserve. Be careful when trimming those trees, boys.