"I prepared all offseason for the first game of the season and I wanted to. make an impact", Mack said. That's the one thing on my mind.
An offensive-minded coach, Nagy had the aggressive Bears' offense pushing the Packers around the field in the first half.
With 50 seconds left before halftime, Mack intercepted a Kizer pass and returned it 27 yards for a touchdown. In the second quarter, Aaron Rodgers took a hit straight to his legs and was very slow to get up.
Rodgers demonstrated once more than having an otherworldly quarterback is more important than anything else. This from a player who missed the entire preseason.
"No, I'm planning on playing", Rodgers said. Then, we settled down and we just focused in on one play at a time, one tackle at a time, one breakup at a time. At some points, he would play an entire series. "At the end of the day we want to get a win, and when that doesn't happen, we're not happy".
Nobody was happier to see Aaron Rodgers' insane comeback Sunday night than Danica Patrick. How mad some in the media were, and how they thought that Nagy did not earn the right to make that move.
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The kinds of plays that allow an offense to feed off a defense, Nagy said.
However, Rodgers' knee turned out to not be a severe injury, and after the Bears orchestrated a field goal drive to go up 20-0 to open the second half, out trotted Rodgers to lead the Packers offense.
"They were trying to get Mack on the field obviously as many plays as possible, which we figured".
"I just felt something in it", Rodgers said. We're still going to own you.
As Rodgers' pass to Cobb floated over the middle, it was nearly like déjà vu. Three plays after beating Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara for the 51-yard catch, Adams hauled in a short catch and juked his way around Amukamara and into the end zone from 12 yards out.
They'll get another crack at Rodgers in December when the Packers come to Soldier Field. You've got to tip your cap to him.
"Dominant" doesn't begin to describe Mack's first 30 minutes, which featured a sack, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, an interception and a touchdown.