But still, on one leg, he was still Aaron Rodgers and he put together a few magnificent drives to get Green Bay back in the game.
"(I was thinking) something special", he said. He sat out nine games during the 2017 season due to a broken collarbone.
He moved in and out of the pocket and escaped the wrath of the Packers' defense to extend drives in the first half.
Kizer replaced Rodgers on Green Bay's next drive. After Mack's disruptive performance in the first half, the Bears have to be happy with their decision to spend so much on him. It's hard to imagine Gruden looking even more out of touch, but if Mack keeps playing this way things are going to get even worse for the egotistical coach.
The Bears would then mount a time-consuming drive that resulted in a field goal, giving Chicago a 23-17 lead and leaving the Packers to drive the length of the field with just under three minutes left and no timeouts.
It ruins what was a stellar start for the Bears who were buoyed by a strong effort from newly acquired linebacker Khalil Mack, who had a sack, forced fumble and recovery along with an interception touchdown in his debut.
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That comeback was highlighted by a 75-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb that put the Packers up for good.
Chicago Bears fans across the country were stunned Sunday night as Aaron Rodgers pulled off arguably the greatest comeback of his National Football League career.
Despite bringing in Mack, the Packers are a 7.5 point favorite to win tonight's game.
Mitchell Trubisky was 23 of 35 for 171 yards.
It turned out to be the only offensive touchdown the Bears would score all night. The Packers in the process of a 17-3 run after digging a 20-point deficit. Up 20-17, Nagy called for a passing play on third down and a field goal on fourth.
The Bears are set to face the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2 at Soldier Field.
Despite breaking his collarbonein Week 6 against the Minnesota Vikings, Rodgers will have his sights on winning a second Lombardi Trophy this season.