Aaron Rodgers' injury could limit mobility but buoy Packers

Aaron Rodgers' injury could limit mobility but buoy Packers

Aaron Rodgers' injury could limit mobility but buoy Packers

Rodgers said he did not believe McCarthy altered his playcalling upon his return.

There was not a damned soul in Lambeau Field on Sunday night that would have blamed Rodgers, who missed more than half of last season with a broken collarbone that doomed the Packers' season, had he tapped out of this game and let his new backup, DeShone Kizer, take it home for a sure loss. He left the field on a cart, and a hush fell over Lambeau Field.

Ideally, this defense will have proved by then its disastrous second half in Green Bay had more to do with one of the best quarterbacks of all time, and less to do with their own shortcomings. The 75-yard score gave the Packers the lead for the first time all night with 2:29 remaining, capping a 24-point flourish in the span of about 22 game minutes. "I told him I was going back". Hopefully, it's not a major injury, but Rodgers did not look like a happy man when he left the field.

"I felt like once I got back out there, when the adrenaline was going, it loosened up a little bit", Rodgers said. He was seen shaking his head when he finally made it onto the cart headed for the locker room.

That pass from Rodgers to Cobb brought the house down in Green Bay and made an already memorable game even harder to forget.

The Packers used anywhere from one to three defensive linemen in their pass-rush packages, while Blake Martinez was the only inside linebacker on the field throughout most of the game.

After scoring a touchdown and a field goal on its first two possessions, the Bears offense was held to two field goals on its final eight drives.

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"What really disappoints me about the Pittsburgh Steelers is that offensive line (including Ramon Foster and David DeCastro) taking shots at Bell when they all know we've only got a finite amount of time to make as much money as possible from this game. I'm proud of our guys", Nagy said. But I just had a feeling we could spark it and get things going, and we just put together a couple drives. They went back to use of the pistol formation on Sunday night against the Bears that became so much a part of their plan when Rodgers had his previous leg injuries.

"I prepared all offseason for the first game of the season and I wanted to. make an impact", Mack said.

Bears great Urlacher referenced Mack's record-setting six-year, $141 million contract extension. But as he showed against the Packers, it was well worth it.

"Walking out for the second half", he said.

Your daddy lives in Green Bay.

Meanwhile, Rodgers had only one first-quarter completion, which tied for his fewest in the opening frame since 2014 in Week 17 where he had zero against the Lions. "They did a lot of good things tonight".

"I'm playing next week", Rodgers said as a very full night came to a close. They marched 86 yards on 10 plays, capped by Trubisky's two-yard touchdown run. He added 32 yards and a rushing touchdown on the ground. He wasn't the improvisational magician that he usually is on plays outside the pocket.

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