Quarterback Aaron Rodgers left Green Bay's Sunday night game against the visiting Chicago Bears in the second quarter due to a left leg injury, but he returned to action after halftime and led the Packers to a 24-23 comeback win.
Aaron Rodgers went down with an apparent injury to his knee in the second quarter of the Packers' Sunday night game against the Chicago Bears.
Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky had a shot to answer with a winning drive, but Packers outside linebacker Nick Perry sacked Trubisky on fourth down to end the Bears' chance.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers hit wide receiver Randall Cobb with a pass up the middle in front of diving Bears safety Eddie Jackson late in the fourth quarter Sunday night at Lambeau Field. Trubisky called his own number on an option and scored the first touchdown of the Nagy era on a two-yard run to make it 7-0. "I just can't tell you how proud I am of him". The Bears quickly matched the Packers' transition tender with a new four-year, $56-million deal. But it not only was a message to the fans that he was coming back into the game but also a sign for Packers team doctor Patrick McKenzie that signing off on letting Rodgers play was the right call. Well, we take that back.
After spending a few minutes in the medical tent, Rodgers left the field on a cart. If that happens, the Raiders are going to look even worse than they do now.
The Bears are only weeks into installing Matt Nagy's offense and early in the game, it appeared as if they were prepared to execute at a high level.
Another option to watch the Bears Packers game online live stream without cable, as well as many future National Football League games, is with Hulu with Live TV where NBC, ABC and Fox are available in most areas. He brought the Green Bay Packers back with him.
The Bears would then mount a time-consuming drive that resulted in a field goal, giving Chicago a 23-17 lead and leaving the Packers to drive the length of the field with just under three minutes left and no timeouts. The win tied the biggest comeback of Rodgers' career, according to ESPN Stat & Information.
Said Rodgers, "To me it's a no-brainer". The momentum of the game [turns] and you feel the tide turning, it's special. "It's special. This will definitely go down as one of my favorite memories, especially in this rivalry". He also stripped the ball for a turnover in the red zone off Kizer in the second quarter.