Video: Aaron Rodgers make clutch, game-tying touchdown pass to Randall Cobb
Indeed, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a bad man. With the Packers trailing the Chicago Bears by six points and on a third-and-10 situation late in Sunday Night Football’s game at Lambeau Field, Rodgers decided to pull off another miracle, by finding wide receiver Randall Cobb for a huge 75-yard touchdown that tied the score at 23-23. Kicker Mason Crosby drilled the extra point to put the Packers ahead for good, 24-23.
It was 20-0 Chicago.
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) September 10, 2018
That pass from Rodgers to Cobb brought the house down in Green Bay and made an already memorable game even harder to forget.
Earlier in the game, Rodgers was carted off the sideline and into the locker room with a knee injury after getting sacked in the second quarter.
With the Packers down 17-0 at the half and Rodgers questionable to return, Green Bay looked like it was drawing dead in the game – until Rodgers jogged out of the tunnel and into the field following the halftime break.
What ensued was something that might as well have come straight from a Hollywood script, as Rodgers guided the Packers into overcoming the biggest second-half deficit in Green Bay franchise history – while playing on one healthy knee.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will look to improve their record to 2-0 next week against the Minnesota Vikings at home.