Packers QB Aaron Rodgers leaves field on cart during season opener

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Rodgers, who was carted off in the first half, connected with receiver Randall Cobb for a catch-and-run through the secondary for a 75-yard touchdown and the go-ahead score with 2:13 left in the game.

Nick Perry sacked the Bears' Mitchell Trubisky on fourth-and-10 with 58 seconds to complete the comeback.

The Chicago Bears led 17-0 at halftime in Lambeau Field after a thoroughly dominant first half performance against the Packers.

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DeShone Kizer took over for Rodgers, as Packers fans everywhere hold their breath waiting for some more definitive information on their franchise quarterback. Rodgers finished 20 of 30 for 286 yards. The first score came off a 39-yard touchdown pass to Geronimo Allison.

It was Rodgers' first regular-season game home game since last September 28 against the Bears.

Mack almost stole the show.

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The larger story here, though, is the second-half adjustment made by Mike McCarthy and Rodgers to mitigate the Bears' pass rush.

Probably the worst possible thing that could've happened to the Green Bay Packers happened Sunday night.

The first half belonged to the highest-paid defensive player in National Football League history. It's absolute pandemonium as Aaron Rodgers has engineered an wonderful comeback from 20-0 down to take the lead in stunning fashion against the arch-rival Chicago Bears.

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