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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was hurt in the first half of Sunday's game.

When the Packers began their first possession of the second half with 9:10 left in the third quarter, down 20-0 after the Bears opened the third quarter with a field goal, Rodgers was back on the field.

Rodgers was carted to the locker room for an evaluation after he was crumped up on a sack. He completed his first two passes, both of which were quick hitters likely created to ensure the Bears' pass rush couldn't get to Rodgers.

The Packers quickly drove down the field upon Rodgers' reentry Sunday night to lead the Packers to a field goal and trim Green Bay's deficit to 17.

Mack made a mincemeat out of Green Bay's offense in the first half. Add that knee injury to the mix and things did not look good for the Packers.

"We let them make too many big plays down the stretch, " said Mack, who returned an interception 27 yards for a touchdown and also had a sack, strip and fumble recovery. It didn't matter that the Bears still had 2:13 and two timeouts left or that Clay Matthews threw a lifeline with a fourth-down roughing the passer flag. Here are five of the craziest numbers from the Packers' wild comeback over the Bears. Quarterback Mitch Trubisky and coach Matt Nagy will be blamed for the loss, but the Bears' defense broke down after Rodgers returned in the second half. "We'll do tests [Monday], and you'll get a better answer Wednesday when I talk".

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With Mack well on his way to his second NFL Defensive MVP Award before he'd completed his first half as a Bear, Hicks, Robertson-Harris, Eddie Goldman, Danny Trevathan and rookie Roquan Smith all chipped in plays to show how special this Bears defense is eventually going to be.

Rodgers was hit in the backfield on a third-down play and struggled to get up, prompting trainers to bring him to the medical tent for evaluation.

"No, I'm planning on playing", Rodgers said.

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But Rodgers wasn't sacked in the second half, and Pettine's unit allowed merely two second-half field goals.

Trubisky made a valiant effort, going 23-of-35 passing for 171 yards. Green Bay held on for a 24-23 win.