Packers’ Aaron Rodgers injured, leaves games on cart

Sergio Cunningham
September 10, 2018

But that was at halftime of the Bears 24-23 loss to the Packers and by the end of the game it certainly wasn't true.

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

Probably the worst possible thing that could've happened to the Green Bay Packers happened Sunday night.

And the Bears' offense, after getting off to a strong start that resulted in 10 points on its first two drives, managed this: Punt, turnover on downs, punt, field goal, punt, punt, field goal, fumble (on fourth down).

Veteran sports reporter Skip Bayless reported that Rodgers, "Appeared to be slightly shaking his head as the cart took him to the locker room. and his eyes looked a little teary".

Then Rodgers returned, and the Packers' defense held the Bears in check. He also stripped the ball for a turnover in the red zone during off DeShone Kizer in the second quarter. The Packers were trailing 20-0.

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But a amusing thing happened on the way to the after party.

Rodgers was initially hurt after slipping down and bending awkwardly on a sack in the first half.

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

He was nearly flawless over the final 30 minutes, completing 17 passes for 273 yards and three scores in the second half.

Again, a different conversation for a different time.

Rodgers was playing behind his starting offensive line Sunday night, and it was the first time all throughout training camp that all five starters had lined up alongside each other.

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