McCarthy: No decision yet on Rodgers facing the Vikings

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The Green Bay Packers accomplished something Sunday night that had never been done before in the long history of the franchise.

At that point, the Packers were losing by 17 points and Aaron miraculously came back into the game after halftime. What we do know, though, is the Packers are a completely different team when AR12 isn't on the field.

He initially tried to get up, then went back down, and was attended to by trainers.

The last of the scores was a 75-yard touchdown to receiver Randall Cobb with 2:13 left in the game.

Consider the rookie quarterback impressed after Rodgers' performance in Sunday night's regular-season opener, when he returned from a first-half knee injury and rallied the Packers from a 20-0 deficit to a 24-23 win over the Chicago Bears.

On his Vikings debut, Kirk Cousins outshone Garoppolo, passing for 244 yards and two touchdowns, including a beautifully weighted 22-yard dime to Stefon Diggs in the second quarter. The second-year quarterback accounted for

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It was an up-then-down journey as the Bears may have played their best half of football this decade in the first half, only to have their hard work torn down by a familiar foe in Aaron Rodgers. He was limited to seven games in 2017 because of a collarbone injury. Akiem Hicks lessened any fear about his extension by using the space afforded by Mack by simply driving himself through the center of the Green Bay Packers' line whenever he damn pleased.

"We're still collecting all the information", McCarthy told reporters in Green Bay.

Rodgers more than earned that $917,000 in the second half Sunday night at Lambeau Field, showing yet again just how ridiculously good and how indispensable to the Packers he is.

Mitchell Trubisky was 23 of 35 for 171 yards.

Here's a look at what was said about the 2016 Defensive Player of the Year's first game with his new team. "I've just got to make the play".

After scoring a touchdown and a field goal on its first two possessions, the Bears offense was held to two field goals on its final eight drives.

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