While there is no set prognosis for Aaron Rodgers' injury, former National Football League doctor David J. Chao thinks the Packers quarterback may be spared the worst of it. Chao noted that a "quick look doesn't have me thinking anything major injury".
Sunday marked the first time in franchise history that the Packers won after trailing by 17-plus points entering the fourth quarter, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
Kizer fumbled the ball on his first possession, and it was recovered by Bears linebacker Khalil Mack on a strip sack.
The team doctor had checked out his left knee after the Green Bay Packers quarterback was carted off the field in the second quarter.
With the Lambeau Field crowd back in the game, Trubisky and the Bears were able to convert three third downs and got down to the Packers' 14-yard line before having to settle for another Parkey field goal to make it 26 20.
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The Packers cut the Bears' lead to 20-17 with 9:01 to play on Aaron Rodgers' 12-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams. Until then, relive tonight's madness with the top reactions of the night by way of your trusty Twitter community.
The Packers will lean one again on Aaron Rodgers to lead them into the postseason. If Green Bay had scored a touchdown, they would've won either way.
After Rodgers left the game in the first half, football fans were anxious he might be gone for the game, if not weeks.
He started quietly, getting 42 yards on his first drive back to set up Mason Crosby's 42-yard field goal to get the Packers on the board. Packers backup quarterback DeShone Kizer entered the game with 6:44 to play in the second quarter. He says that's the knee Rodgers tore his ACL on in high school and had repaired in college. Trubisky completed 23 passes, but amassed just 171 yards.
The play that gave the Packers a lead for the first time all game came on a third-and-10 situation.