Brandon Bostick celebrated his first-quarter touchdown by doing the Lambeau Leap Sunday night against the Bears. And as it turned out, Bostick was far from the last Packer to take the leap.
Bostick's reception was the first of six Aaron Rodgers touchdown passes in a 55-14 drubbing that wasn't even as close as the lopsided final score indicated.
Green Bay led 42-0 at the half — the second largest half-time lead in NFL history — and coach Mike McCarthy emptied his bench in the third quarter, pulling Rodgers and a slew of other starters.
Click here for a full recap and click through for a gallery of photos from the beatdown of the year. (All photos by Getty Images.)