Aaron Rodgers 48-Yard TD Pass on 4th and 8 Stuns Bears, Sends Packers to Playoffs

Aaron Rodgers touchdown pass against Chicago

Aaron Rodgers, playing in his first game since October, made an incredible play in the final minute of regulation that propelled the Packers into the playoffs. Facing 4th and 8 from the Chicago 48-yard line with less than a minute left, Rodgers sidestepped the blitz and uncorked a bomb to a wide open Randall Cobb for a touchdown that silenced Chicago and won the NFC North. Chicago’s defense was defending the first down marker, and Cobb streaked past everyone.  The Packers won, 33-28.

It was the third great play Rodgers made on the final drive. Earlier, he scrambled for a first down on 3rd and 4; later, he made a clutch pass to Jordy Nelson to convert a 4th and one.

Rodgers passed for 318 yards and two scores in the game, and was intercepted twice in the first half.

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