"I prepared all offseason for the first game of the season and I wanted to ... make an impact", Mack said.
The Packers' defense, in new coordinator Mike Pettine's first game, held the Bears to two field goals in the second half. Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck after admitting he suffered a second shoulder injury while snowboarding in Colorado.
The Bears went into the visitors' locker room at Lambeau Field to the sweet sound of boos, as Packers fans expressed their displeasure with the team's play to that point.
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". The Packers are a franchise that knows how to win; the Bears showed on Sunday night they're not there yet.
While the Bears' offense remains a work in progress, a defense buoyed by a hysterically-good first half from Mack looked good enough to earn Matt Nagy a comfortable win in his head coaching debut.
The Packers had never before overcome a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit in their 100-year history.
On the eight-play, 81-yard drive that is the Chevy Drive of the Week, Allison caught passes on three consecutive snaps to close the third quarter, gaining 15, 12 and 1 yard to get the Packers near midfield. "Dominant" doesn't begin to describe Mack's first 30 minutes, which featured a sack, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, an interception and a touchdown.
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"It's hard (to put into words)", Rodgers told NBC after the game.
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 the Packers did actually deal with the Bears' dominant pass rush in the second half. "But you want to win these games".
There's little the three-time Pro-Bowl linebacker didn't do. Rodgers went for 286 yards, three touchdowns and no picks.
The Cleveland Browns were one blocked field goal away from earning their first National Football League win in 625 days as they held the Pittsburgh Steelers to a scrappy 21-21 tie in a wet and windy Ohio.
Down 10-0 to the Bears in the second quarter, Rodgers was sacked by a combination of Bears players on a third down attempt for the Packers. "I think we just need to go ahead and keep ramming it and keep playing our style of ball, which is starting fast and physical and keep running over people and I think we have the makings of a great team". They came after all of Chicago assumed they had the game won.