Filling in after Jones and Ty Montgomery both exited with injuries, Williams rushed for 67 yards on 20 carries.
While the overall picture wasn't a masterpiece, Hundley's two throws to Davante Adams late in the game certainly denote progress from the third-year quarterback.
The turning point in the game took place with the Bears driving in the second quarter. "I was very impressed with the way he played".
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The Green Bay Packers rookie running back had watched Montgomery earlier in the game slip through untouched for a 37-yard touchdown run. Mike McCarthy said Montgomery may be able to play this week. The Bears technically didn't lose the challenge, but they did lose the ball as the Packers took over at the 20-yard line. A week later, Rodgers got driven to the turf by the Vikings' Anthony Barr in a loss at Minnesota week and the Packers haven't been the same since. "He's got the film that he can lower his pad level and get after some defensive players, so that's going to be nice".
"You could see in training camp he clearly was ahead of the other two rookies", McCarthy said of Williams.
"Total confidence change, I think, (from) the way he started in the season", McCarthy said. Widely praised for his 4-yard gain on fourth-and-1 in the fourth quarter, Williams said afterward he should've kept his head up and tried to score. You could see just the way he went from being behind Ty to the way he played on special teams.
The Packers are feeling good for the first time since Aaron Rodgers went down nearly a month ago, but they are also feeling pretty bad. "He never told me to get out of anything or stay away from this or that. He took a big step and I would say the key to it is confidence". I'm sure Mason Crosby is delighted by the news. Williams settled into the No. 2 spot to start the season, before sustaining a knee injury in the same game that Montgomery first hurt his ribs (Week 4 against the Bears). And it could land him a regular role on the line for the remainder of the season.