Aaron Rodgers Injury: Packers Predictably Mum About QB’s Knee Issue

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"This will definitely go down as one my favorite memories, especially in this rivalry", Rodgers said. On just about every play, Rodgers has full pre-snap control, and he ends up reading the entire field just about every time he takes a dropback.

One-liners: When the Bears took a 10-0 lead, it marked the first time they led the Packers by double digits since a 35-7 win over Green Bay Dec. 23, 2007 at Soldier Field, a span of 23 games between the long-time rivals. The Packers are 95-48 in regular season games he has started.

He's back, and he vowed late Sunday night that he's staying.

Rodgers had ACL surgery on his left knee while in college. He was then carted into the locker room. Again, it looked pretty grim - until it didn't. Defeating the Bears on a national stage in that fashion-with all those ups and downs-played out like a five-act work from Shakespeare. She held her hand over her mouth as Rodgers sliced up the Bears secondary, ultimately throwing a game-winning pass to Randal Cobb for a 75-yard touchdown.

"First off, as far as Aaron Rodgers, we're still collecting all the information in his specific situation", Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy said. There was no shortage of drama as the Packers overturned a 20-0 deficit to beat the Chicago Bears and start the season 1-0. "I know Aaron wants to play and is driven to play, but that's all I have right now". But I just had a feeling we could spark it and get things going, and we just put together a couple drives.

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We saw what Mack did for the Bears on Sunday night, but just imagine what he could do if on the same front as Donald, Suh and Michael Brockers. A three-time Pro Bowler and 2016 Defensive Player of the Year who logged almost 90 percent of Oakland's defensive snaps and never missed a start in four seasons, he felt he had nothing left to prove, hence the holdout. His performance was worthy of the heavy price tag that came with his six-year, $141 million contract.

On the eight-play, 81-yard drive that is the Chevy Drive of the Week, Allison caught passes on three consecutive snaps to close the third quarter, gaining 15, 12 and 1 yard to get the Packers near midfield.

It was night and day between the first- and second-half offenses of both teams.

But Rodgers returned in the third quarter. If Green Bay had scored a touchdown, they would've won either way. The comeback ties Rodgers' career largest.