Twitter reacts after Aaron Rodgers carted off with leg injury

Twitter reacts after Aaron Rodgers carted off with leg injury

Twitter reacts after Aaron Rodgers carted off with leg injury

"It" was Aaron Rodgers coming back after a first-half knee injury to gouge a previously-dominant Bears defense for 273 yards on 17 of 22 passing with three touchdowns over the final two quarters. Mack has done it twice, the first time with the Raiders in 2016.

It is these performances that have made Rodgers a living legend; but what further cemented it was his post-game interview. The doc and I had a conversation in there.

"The same thing that's happening to him is going to happen to all of them and they should have had his back and they can never win a Super Bowl with that type of offensive line".

Which is what he did.

Said Cobb, who caught nine passes for 142 yards, including the game-winning 75-yard score with 2:13 to play: "I love seeing the fact that he came back out there and played the way that he did in the second half". Rodgers went for 286 yards, three touchdowns and no picks. Even more agonizing for the Bears, cornerback Kyle Fuller just had dropped what would have been an outcome-sealing interception. "We gave up six".

"I just told him I've got to be in the pistol or the shotgun and not go under center", Rodgers said.

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"We were running, gunning, we just started feeling, you know, a little comfortable too much, got a little too complacent", linebacker Danny Trevathan said. I was disappointed with the field goal.

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Mack didn't start the game, but entered after four plays. "It was pretty special". He caught fire when he returned to the game, throwing three touchdowns and leading the Packers to an exciting win. What happened next might go down in Packers' lore as the "Cart Comeback" game.

Much like two years ago during the "run the table" season when Rodgers dealt with a minor calf injury, he was forced to get the ball out quickly.

He's back, and he vowed late Sunday night that he's staying.

Having said that, amidst more controversy about players in Sunday's games protesting social injustice and taking a knee during the national anthem, last night's SNF was up 7% in early numbers from the September 6 kickoff game.

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