But as Packers fans feared the worst, Rodgers made a surprising return to the field in the second half.
Then Rodgers returned, and the Packers' defense held the Bears in check.
Operating a no-huddle offense, but staying primarily in the pocket, Rodgers engineered a comeback from a 20-0 deficit early in the third quarter. But, all of that was erased in the second half when Nagy didn't go for the jugular with the chance to put the game away on fourth down in the fourth quarter.
"We were running the ball well", Trubisky said.
"Well, this is what we're paid to do", Rodgers said.
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Asked if he planned to get Kizer more work this week, McCarthy said "Well I mean DeShone will work, I don't think there's any question about that".
"First off, as far as Aaron Rodgers, we're still collecting all the information in his specific situation", Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy said.
Patrick wasn't having quite as good a time when it was 20-0 and Rodgers was just coming back from an injury.
But Boyle isn't like most people in Green Bay.
The Bears settled for field goals after failing to convert on third-and-goal from the 3, third-and-nine at the 15 and third-and-two at the 14. Gruden can spin it any way he wants, but the objective person will read right through said spin. He also ran for 32 yards on seven carries, including a 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.
"What really disappoints me about the Pittsburgh Steelers is that offensive line (including Ramon Foster and David DeCastro) taking shots at Bell when they all know we've only got a finite amount of time to make as much money as possible from this game".