The Packers overcame a franchise-record, 17-point fourth-quarter deficit after quarterback Aaron Rodgers revived the offense and guided Green Bay to a 24-23 win over the visiting Chicago Bears in both teams' season opener on Sunday night.
Rodgers, who briefly left the game due to a leg injury, finished 20 of 30 for 286 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions.
The Bears led 20-0 early in the third quarter.
Green Bay's defense tightened in the second half and closed out the Bears' final drive when Nick Perry drilled Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky with 58 ticks left.
After Rodgers found Davante Adams for a 12-yard score to trim the deficit to 20-17 midway through the fourth quarter, the Bears marched downfield to add a Cody Parkey field goal with 2:39 to play.
Rodgers left the game in the second quarter, unable to put his body weight on his left leg. He went down on a quarterback sack and was replaced by DeShone Kizer.
Kizer was stripped of the ball on his opening drive by linebacker Khalil Mack. Mack scored on a 27-yard interception return, and Chicago led 17-0.
He found Geronimo Allison streaking down the right sideline for a 39-yard touchdown to pull the Packers within 20-10.
Cobb caught nine passes for 142 yards.
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