The Green Bay Packers were dead in the water a few weeks ago and it looked like without Aaron Rodgers, they’d be going nowhere this season. But lucky for Packers fans moping about their season, Rodgers returned in the final game of the year and not only gave the Packers hope, but he threw down some vintage Rodgers quarterbacking to win the NFC North for the most improbable team in the most improbable fashion.
On fourth down at minefield, wight he season n the line, Rodgers not only escaped a sack but fired off a game winning touchdown to Randall Cobb who had also just returned from injury.
The Bears proceeded to go down the field and end their season on a Jay Cutler interception that sealed the deal for Green Bay and gave them the division crown after it looked like they were out of it. The legend of Aaron Rodgers not only returned on Sunday but it wrote a whole new chapter as the win in Chicago won’t be one that Packers fans ever forget about as long as the franchise exists.