Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers left Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears with a knee injury, but made a stunning and welcome return in the second half. The Green Bay Packers pulled off an unbelievable comeback win over the Chicago Bears despite heading into the fourth quarter down 17 points.
The defense was clearly the better unit for the Bears, dominating the entire first half and sending Aaron Rodgers to the locker room on a cart with 9:05 to play in the first half. Mack's highlight of the night came when he intercepted Packers backup quarterback DeShone Kizer's pass in the second quarter and turned it into a touchdown.
The Packers have figured out the Bears' defense with a no-huddle attack.
And fans and media will be hard on Fuller because of who he is, too, one of the highest-paid corners in the game, one these very Packers attempted to poach this offseason.
Meanwhile, Aaron Rodgers is fully healthy after playing in just seven games last season.
More importantly: In their last 20 meetings with the Packers, the Bears have only won three times.
"(I was thinking) something special", he said.
After the Bears widened the margin to 23-17 on Parkey's 32-yard field goal with 2:39 to play, Rodgers threw a short pass over the middle to Randall Cobb, who raced 75 yards for the winning touchdown with 2:13 remaining. They took that opportunity to take a shot at the end zone. It's absolute pandemonium as Aaron Rodgers has engineered an fantastic comeback from 20-0 down to take the lead in stunning fashion against the arch-rival Chicago Bears.
Green Bay's top return man, receiver Trevor Davis, is also out with a hamstring injury. They knew when he was on the field and when he wasn't.
Trubisky continued the momentum after halftime, leading the Bears on a 60-yard drive that led to a 33-yard Parkey field goal that made it 20-0. The ovation from the crowd lifts you up, gives the energy, the momentum of the game, and you feel the tide turning.