Packers’ Aaron Rodgers injured, leaves games on cart

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Lambeau Field erupted after Rodgers ran out of the halftime tunnel, and he got another roar as he jogged onto the field to start the Packers' first series.

"They had linemen out at wide receiver spots, three guys in the backfield, a bunch of different things like that where we had to get adjusted", Martinez said. But they're not touchdowns. They came after the Bears had a 20-3 lead.

When the game was over - and the injured QB had led his team from down 20-0 to a 24-23 win on one healthy leg - she took to social media. "Those first couple drives, we were trying to do too much". He also ran for 32 yards on seven carries, including a 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. He went 23-for-35 for 171 yards.

"But we countered", Rodgers said.

And then there was the Randall Cobb play. This time around, the Bears let Cobb make a catch in the middle of the field and split the defense for the go-ahead score.

"It's tough", said right guard Kyle Long.

It might not have been the start the Packers had in mind to usher in the Mike Pettine era on defense, but it'd be hard to script a sweeter finish to Sunday night's regular-season opener against Chicago. "I realized I probably should jog to let Dr. McKenzie know I could do that. At the end of the day we want to get a win, and when that doesn't happen, we're not happy".

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The Packers are set to face the Minnesota Vikings in their next game. He had two opportunities to win the game in the final minutes after outside linebacker Clay Matthews' very bad roughing-the-passer penalty. He sat out nine games during the 2017 season due to a broken collarbone.

Aaron Rodgers has returned for the Green Bay Packers in the third quarter after being taken off the field on a cart because of a knee injury.

Davante Adams then found a connection with Rodgers, taking a pass and going 51 yards downfield to set up his later touchdown reception from 12 yards out to make it 20-17. "We all know that". "You can't have that, so we've got to put more pressure on the quarterback". What a hell of a competitor.

So, when he made a decision to bench his starters, it should have come off that he saw what he wanted to see in those sessions, without tape on what is going on.

Sitting out: Tight end Daniel Brown (shoulder) and safety DeAndre Houston-Carson (forearm/back) missed Sunday night's opener with injuries.

"A lot of adverse situations occurred in that second half", cornerback Tramon Williams said.

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