The Packers posted the second-largest comeback in franchise history at Lambeau Field, behind only a rally from 21 points down to beat New Orleans on September 17, 1989.
But he was cleared to return at halftime and came back out for the Packers' first series of the third quarter. There was no shortage of drama as the Packers overturned a 20-0 deficit to beat the Chicago Bears and start the season 1-0. There were problems stopping the run, mobile quarterbacks still seem to pick up first downs easily and the only turnover generated was in the game's final seconds.
Packers quarterback Rodgers, who signed the richest contract in National Football League history just before the start of the season, left the game in the second quarter as the Bears dominated to lead 17-0 at half-time.
With the Bears up 20-17 and facing fourth-and-2 at the Packers' 14-yard line, Nagy elected to kick a successful field goal with 2:39 left, which opened up the window for Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay to win with a touchdown.
He finished with 286 yards passing and three touchdowns.
Rodgers didn't have full mobility against the Bears, but Kearse said that didn't matter.More news: Pres. Trump: North Korea Parade Is 'A Big And Very Positive Statement'
"No, I'm planning on playing", Rodgers said. Rodgers admitted after the game that he requested to run the offense out of strictly shotgun and pistol formations due to not feeling comfortable under center, and could be seen limping off the podium after the win.
Combined with the notion that 2018 could be a virtually Rodgers-less season, Kizer's play in the second quarter put Packers fans in a dark place.
"We do have some information and no decision has been made".
It turned out to be the only offensive touchdown the Bears would score all night.
As far as more playing time, Pires said trust is "always the key".
Lynch was reportedly the only player from either the Rams or the Raiders to demonstrate during the anthem during Monday night's game. Trubisky completed 4 of 4 passes for 54 yards on the drive. The Raiders are coming off a hard to understand offseason that ended with a devastating trade that saw their best player, Khalil Mack, head to Chicago while the Rams are coming off an incredible offseason that ended with them signing their best player, Aaron Donald, to a mega contract. "We'll do tests [Monday], and you'll get a better answer Wednesday when I talk".