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Five second half www.authenticsgreenbaypackers.com , non-Rodgers moments that shaped the Packers’ comeback victory Make no mistake about it. comeback victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday night was one of legendary heights. A season that was nearly cast away at halftime roared back to life behind a jogging Aaron Rodgers and a rejuvenated second-half Packers squad.While Rodgers’ heroics will be remembered in Packers lore for a long time to come, he could not have done it without the help of a few critical moments outside of his control. Here are five pivotal ones that changed the complexion of the game.5. Bears’ Jordan Howard steps out of bounds.With just over three minutes to play, Chicago’s lead back scampered 22 yards for a first down at the Packers’ 16-yard line. At first glance, Howard appeared to stay in bounds, forcing the Packers to take their second timeout. If that play held, it was going to be very difficult for the Packers to get the ball back with time left on the clock to score again. However, Mike McCarthy’s first challenge of the season was a big one as video replay confirmed that Howard had stepped out of bounds at the 22-yard line. Not only did the ball move back six yards, but the clock was stopped and Green Bay received its timeout back. That extra stoppage would play a critical role, as the Packers used their final two timeouts after the next two Bears’ plays from scrimmage.4. Bears come up short on third-and-oneThe critical restored timeout would have been all for naught had Chicago converted a short third-down opportunity. The Bears, seemingly gashing the interior of the Packers’ defense at will throughout the game, decided to throw for a first down rather than run again. With coverage doing its job Green Bay Packers T-Shirt , Mitchell Trubisky’s errant pass to Anthony Miller ended up on the ground with 2:47 remaining. A first down would have allowed the Bears to run out the clock and a touchdown would have closed the game. But Green Bay’s defense held Chicago to a field goal and another clock stoppage gave Green Bay more than enough time for a final scoring drive. A curious playcalling strategy from the Bears in the second half gave the Packers extra help on Sunday night and this play in particular is one Matt Nagy would love to have back.3. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix makes one-on-one third-down tackleClinton-Dix has been a topic of heated scrutiny for the better part of the past year. His physicality has been routinely called into question, while his angles to the ball carrier have allowed for some big plays. But on Sunday, the former first-round pick came up with one of the defensive plays of the night.On another critical third-and-one early in the third quarter, Clinton-Dix was able to stonewall Bears tight end Dion Sims for no gain after a completion, forcing a punt. The play was designed to have the majority of the offense moving to the right for Trubisky to throw back to the left and isolate Sims in space. It would have worked if Clinton-Dix, the only defender in sight, would have taken a poor angle to the ballcarrier. But on this play, he did not, failing to budge on an impressive one-on-one tackle to force a punt. Had Clinton-Dix missed, Sims had nothing but green in front of him.After the Packers had scored a touchdown to cut the game to 24-10 on the previous drive, the three-and-out preserved the momentum for the Packers to reach the end zone again.2. Mike McCarthy brings out the field goal unit for the Packers’ first pointsDown 20-0 past the mid-point of the third quarter Green Bay Packers Hats , the Packers had driven down to the Bears’ 23-yard line and faced a 4th-and-9 situation. Even with a long distance to go, it would have been easy for McCarthy to choose to go for a touchdown on that drive, especially with Rodgers pleading to stay on the field. Heck, I, myself, did not see the point of kicking a field goal in a three-touchdown game in which the Bears were scoring with relative ease. But Green Bay notched a field goal to cut the lead to 20-3. As they say, the first points are the hardest. The Packers would score every possession from that point on and the first field goal was ultimately the difference in a tight, fourth-quarter contest. 1. Kyle Fuller drops a game-sealing interceptionThe excitement of Randall Cobb’s 75-yard catch-and-run would not have been possible without Fuller’s missed opportunity. Signed to an offer sheet by Green Bay in the offseason, Fuller had a rough night, allowing a long touchdown pass to Geronimo Allison earlier in the game. He then missed a chance to finish the game when a first down pass was signed, sealed Green Bay Packers Hoodie , and delivered to him, only to have the ball slip through his hands. Davante Adams and Bryce Callahan collided on the play, resulting in an uncontested pass that would have theoretically ended the Packers’ chances of finishing the comeback. Instead, the Packers scored two plays later to take the lead for the first time and never looked back. Through three games, the Green Bay Packers sit 24th in the NFL with just six sacks. For all of the talk of improvement with a new scheme under defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, the early results are ugly: the Packers sit 21st in the league in defensive passing DVOA on defense and a brutal 27th on defense overall.If it seems that the Packers aren’t generating enough pressure, you’re not wrong. Part of the issue is that when they do force third downs, they are too often the third-and-short variety, which limits what Pettine can call. Muhammad Wilkerson’s injury will surely hurt on the inside. On the edge, they got one awful game from Clay Matthews in week one, and afterward have seen Nick Perry practically vanish — and now he faces questions about his ability to play on Sunday.With these injury issues starting to pop up Youth Customized Green Bay Packers Jerseys , the challenge for Pettine to find ways to generate pressure with his scheme becomes even greater.Packers’ defensive line ready to step up | Packers.comWith no Muhammad Wilkerson for the remainder of the season, Dean Lowry and Montravius Adams will be called upon for more meaningful snaps. In addition, the Packers worked out old friend Quinton Dial, who could be a viable candidate to pitch in a handful of snaps per game on early downs.Packers' Mike Pettine facing decision on bringing pressure | Packersnews.comIt seems that Pettine has only called a handful of blitzes so far this season, which Tom Silverstein sees as a potential problem. However, Ben Fennell of The Athletic sees the issue being that the Packers aren’t forcing third-and-longs often enough, which is when those blitzes are most effective.Packers not getting enough from $59 million man, Nick Perry | Packers WirePerry is one of the reasons for the Packers' struggles in getting to the quarterback. He has just one sack -- on fourth down to clinch the win over the Bears -- and has not been able to generate pressure consistently in one-on-one situations. Adding to the challenge is that he's currently in the concussion protocol.The NFL roughing the passer rule might be enforced differently soon - SBNation.comThe competition committee -- with Packers president Mark Murphy as one of the key members -- is holding a call this week to address the roughing the passer rules and to consider adjusting the emphasis on what types of calls need to be focused on.Zimmer: 'Possibility' Dalvin Cook plays Vikings-Rams - NFL.comCook missed last Sunday's loss to the Bills after being injured against the Packers, but with that time off he's a question mark for Thursday's game.Ax-throwing bar deemed unsafe, has liquor license suspended for 1 day | MLive.comMaybe -- JUST MAYBE -- it's not a great idea to give people copious amounts of alcohol and encourage them to throw dangerous objects by using the tagline "Who said don't mix alcohol with axe throwing?"
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