Aaron Rodgers Leads Packers To Legendary Fourth Quarter Comeback

Aaron Rodgers Leads Packers To Legendary Fourth Quarter Comeback
By PJ Browne Updated

The Greenbay Packers beat the Chicago Bears in the first NFL Sunday night game of the season.

Thoughts of victory must have been a long way from Packers fans' minds in the first half. Ten points down, quarterback Aaron Rodgers exited the game with a leg injury. Getting a clean bill of health for Rodgers would do, forget about the win.

The 34-year-old's night was not over though. With nine minutes left in the third quarter, he returned to the action, replacing backup QB DeShone Kizer.

On one leg, he led the Packers to an epic win, throwing three touchdown passes in the fourth.

The first came with 14 minutes left in the final quarter when he found Geronimo Allison in the end zone.

Five minutes later, Davante Adams cut the deficit to three points. The Bears would manage a field goal to leave the score 23-17 as the final minutes ticked along.

With the ball on his own 25-yard line, Rodgers found Randall Cobb in the middle of the field. The wide receiver cut loose for a 75-yard touchdown and an epic win.


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