McCarthy: No decision yet on Rodgers facing the Vikings

Bobbie Reid
September 11, 2018

He was good to go.

Tim Boyle's wardrobe of choice on Monday was like a lot of people's in town: He went with the Aaron Rodgers jersey.

Rodgers was sore when the team returned to Lambeau Field on Monday, McCarthy said.

Nick Perry sacked the Bears' Mitchell Trubisky on fourth-and-10 with 58 seconds to complete the comeback.

It was a day of landmarks for Peterson who also scored his 100th rushing touchdown - putting him seventh in that particular list - and he looks like he'll get a few more this coming season for the Redskins. "But then it tightened up there in the fourth quarter".

For Rodgers, this was special.

Combined with the notion that 2018 could be a virtually Rodgers-less season, Kizer's play in the second quarter put Packers fans in a dark place.

Brady in the midst of another drive for five — PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK
But I think I can do it. "Right now he's been doing OK in practice, so he should be there", Crennel said. The Texans gave them fits all four quarters but, the Patriots escaped with a 36-33 victory.

Whether the Raiders were willing to pay Mack the salary he wanted is another story.

Boyle, an undrafted rookie who played at CT (where he threw one touchdown and 13 interceptions in three seasons) and Eastern Kentucky (11 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in his lone season), was a long shot to make the Packers when training camp opened.

He returned in the second half to lead the Green Bay Packers to a thrilling comeback victory and declared himself fine for Week 2.

Davante Adams then found a connection with Rodgers, taking a pass and going 51 yards downfield to set up his later touchdown reception from 12 yards out to make it 20-17. "We've seen it for so many years".

When Bears fans closed their eyes and imagined the flawless opening to the Matt Nagy era, they might have imagined a few things.

It was Rodgers' first regular-season home game since September 28 against the Bears.

Due to severe weather delays caused by lightning, the Miami Dolphins v Tennessee Titans game lasted seven hours and eight minutes - the longest National Football League game ever recorded.

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