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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