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Aaron Rodgers throws another TD Packers threatening comeback vs. Bears

Aaron Rodgers throws another TD Packers threatening comeback vs. Bears

Aaron Rodgers' knee hurt. His arm was just fine.

Yes, Aaron Rodgers was incredible in his ability to lead a resilient Green Bay Packer group past the Chicago Bears.

They did come out of the locker room at halftime and open the third period with a 12-play, 60-yard drive that netted three points, but their only other third period possession was a three-and-out for eight yards and they opened the fourth period with a three-and-out for just nine yards. But still, on one leg, he was still Aaron Rodgers and he put together a few magnificent drives to get Green Bay back in the game.

The Packers quarterback grabbed his left knee and had to be tended to by team staffers after being sacked by Bears defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris about six minutes into the second quarter.

On a third-down play, Rodgers dropped back to throw but quickly hit the deck with the Bears' pass rushers closing in. He also found Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison for touchdown passes.

"Felt something in it". I had a hard time putting weight on it. "We did the tests". The biggest concern over his career has been his inability to catch, however against the Packers, he was a factor as a receiver, catching five passes. I'll bet Jon Gruden and his coaching staff stayed disciplined and mainly steered away from the televisions tonight, but the players were watching.

And just like that, Rodgers tied the largest comeback win of his National Football League career, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Rodgers went 20-for-30 with 286 yards and three touchdowns.

"Obviously, that's a tough one for us".

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That being said, what the heck was Matt Nagy thinking on the Bears' second to last drive?

It was Rodgers' first regular-season home game since September 28 against the Bears. He was limited to seven games in 2017 because of a collarbone injury.

Was it Mack's lack of a preseason that stole a quarter step from him late in the game?

It ruins what was a stellar start for the Bears who were buoyed by a strong effort from newly acquired linebacker Khalil Mack, who had a sack, forced fumble and recovery along with an interception touchdown in his debut.

Then Rodgers returned, and the Packers' defence held the Bears in check. "Just his command and, you know, him kind of just taking over and taking control and basically doing what he sees, it's insane".

He started quietly, getting 42 yards on his first drive back to set up Mason Crosby's 42-yard field goal to get the Packers on the board.

It turned out to be the only offensive touchdown the Bears would score all night.

This one is going to sting terribly for the next eight days until they take the field again next Monday night vs. Seattle.

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