Packers backup quarterback DeShone Kizer entered the game with 6:44 to play in the second quarter. And now that the Bears have given Mack a six-year, $141 million extension, he'll be seeing a lot of the Packers over the coming years - twice a year, in fact, with the job of hunting down Aaron Rodgers.
As expected, the performance led to a number of incredible stats.
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Dam Aaron Rodgers with the quick grab to the knee did not look good.
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Of course, the Packers are trailing 17-0 and the Bears have the ball, so putting him back out there tonight might not be the most prudent play, either.
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With the heart-breaking defeat, the Bears have now lost 15 of their last 17 games to the Packers dating back to 2010 and have dropped 10 straight contests to NFC North opponents.
Edge defender Khalil Mack was dominant at times, especially in the first half when he recorded several pressures, topping it off with a strip sack fumble and interception return for a touchdown.
When Rodgers left the game with a knee injury, he was 3-for-7 with 13 yards.
Rodgers, 34, finished the game 20 of 30 for 286 yards (273 in the second half) and three touchdown passes, all in the fourth quarter. He had a 77.2 passer rating. He did all of that basically on one leg. Undoubtedly, they are busy preparing for their game against the Rams on Monday night.
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Rodgers is the face of the franchise and any time missed would be a devastating outcome for the Packers.
According to Al Michaels, who was calling the game, the Packers' erasing of a 17-point deficit was the largest fourth quarter comeback in Packers history.