The Packers (7-3) Aaron Rodgers wasn’t perfect, but his throws were on the money when they counted as he led his team to a fourth-quarter, 24-20 comeback win.
What It Means: Green Bay is hot on the heels of the Chicago Bears who will soon be feeling the pressure if they can’t find their offense. If the Bears are to lose against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football, the Packers will technically jump them in the standings because of their better division record.
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