NFL Highlights: Packers 33 – Bears 28

12/29/2013

Randall CobbCHICAGO – Aaron Rodgers returned from injury just in time as the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears on Sunday to win the NFC North and earn a playoff berth.

Rodgers’ 48-yard touchdown pass on fourth down late in the fourth quarter to Randall Cobb, who also returned from a long injury layoff, gave the Packers a victory and the chance to host San Francisco in a Wild Card game next weekend.

Dave Sims and Mark Malone called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Jay Cutler finds Matt Forte and the Bears lead 7-0)

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(Green Bay takes a 10-7 lead as Jarrett Boykin recovers a fumble and scores)

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(It’s 14-13 Chicago after Matt Forte’s TD run)

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(Randall Cobb’s TD catch puts Green Bay up 20-14)

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(Chicago takes a 21-20 lead as Matt Forte scores again)

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(Brandon Marshall’s TD grab makes it 28-20 Bears)

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(Green Bay cuts it to 28-27 on Eddie Lacy’s 6-yd TD dash)

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(Aaron Rodgers’ long TD pass to Randall Cobb puts the Packers ahead late)

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(A Packers interception ends the game and Green Bay wins the division)

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(Postgame recap from Dave Sims and Mark Malone)

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