"We wanted to make Mitch (Trubisky) play quarterback," Williams told reporters in the Green Bay locker room. "We knew they had a lot of weapons. We knew they were dangerous. We knew all of those things. We knew if we could make Mitch play quarterback, we would have a chance."
Trubisky was 26-of-45 for 228 yards and an interception, which came in the corner of the end zone by former Bears safety Adrian Amos -- whom the Packers signed to a four-year deal this past offseason -- as Chicago attempted to drive for a game-tying score in the fourth quarter.
"It just seemed a little scattered tonight with all our personnels," Trubisky said. "Just trying to find a rhythm and trying to find our identity on offense.
"We were uncharacteristic of who we usually are as an offense."