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Topic - Nfc North
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Packers coach Mike McCarthy's offseason started way too early for his liking.
Cold hands and a hard football make for tough catches on chilly winter afternoons at Lambeau Field.
For the seventh consecutive season, at least one NFL team will be forced to play a playoff game at the stadium of an opponent with a worse record. If some owners get their way, that eventually will change — perhaps as soon as a year from now.
If the Bears make changes this offseason, it will not be at quarterback.
Jim Schwartz was hired to turn around the Detroit Lions and he did it for three seasons.
One bizarre play sealed two teams' fates, one of them maybe for seasons to come.
Aaron Rodgers fired a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb in the final minute, and the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears 33-28 to capture the NFC North championship.
The Eagles and Packers went on the road Sunday and headed home with playoff berths.
Aaron Rodgers, returning hero. Along with Randall Cobb.
The buffet line is open again for the Packers' offense with Aaron Rodgers back.
For years, Tony Romo's defenders have answered his penchant for costly late-game mistakes with a rhetorical question:
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will return to start Sunday's game for the NFC North title against the Chicago Bears.
Aaron Rodgers has been cleared to return from a left collarbone injury, just in time to start Sunday for the Packers against the Chicago Bears in a game to decide the NFC North title.
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews will miss Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears for the NFC North title after aggravating a right thumb injury.