Aaron Rodgers confirms he'll play next week vs. Vikings

Aaron Rodgers confirms he'll play next week vs. Vikings

Aaron Rodgers confirms he'll play next week vs. Vikings

And if you're curious who the last player to do that in a game was.it was Khalil Mack. For more data and analysis from the game, utilize our Premium Stats 2.0 dashboard to expand your knowledge on the key players, signature stats and much more. The struggles and lack of cohesion shared by the starting group was obvious through the first half prior to Rodgers' injury. By doing so, they managed to move the ball and establish a rhythm.

The biggest issue was that they were not being conservative in the running game, but yet the passing game. Then he picked off a Kizer screen pass and returned it 27 yards for a touchdown that gave the Bears a 17-0 lead.

However, to the surprise of many - and in a testament to his bloody-mindedness - he returned to the sidelines for the second-half and appeared to be ready to play.

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When Djokovic broke for the second time, the audience reacted with a polite, appreciative smattering of an applause. Djokovic threatened to pull away all through the match but was never able to shake off Millman.

Dam Aaron Rodgers with the quick grab to the knee did not look good. If Green Bay had scored a touchdown, they would've won either way. The Packers scramble routes put tons of pressure on opposing secondaries and Chicago fell victim tonight.

Kizer's first two series after Rodgers departed were disastrous - both because of the newest Bears defender, Khalil Mack. After a Clay Matthews penalty, the Bears got a first down but Chicago couldn't convert on its next fourth down.

However, Rodgers' knee turned out to not be a severe injury, and after the Bears orchestrated a field goal drive to go up 20-0 to open the second half, out trotted Rodgers to lead the Packers offense.

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