Published: Tue, September 11, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Jon Gruden: 'Khalil Mack didn't want to play here'

Jon Gruden: 'Khalil Mack didn't want to play here'

On Sunday night, it looked like the season was going to be over for Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers-and, by extension, the Packers-almost before it began. "But then it tightened up there in the fourth quarter".

According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN, the Packers had previously lost 111 straight games - 107 in the regular season, and four in the postseason - after trailing by 17 or more in the final quarter.

Patrick wasn't having quite as good a time when it was 20-0 and Rodgers was just coming back from an injury.

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Walker sustained the injury during the fourth quarter of the Miami game while he was looking to extend a play after a catch. The teams went to the locker room during the delay and stayed on the field for halftime, which was shortened to 3½ minutes.

With 12:46 remaining in regulation and the Bears leading 20-10, Nagy dialed up a quick pass from quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to tight end Dion Sims and third-and-1 from the Chicago 34-yard line. Then Rodgers completed the comeback as he found a wide open Cobb over the middle, who raced downfield for a 75-yard touchdown to give Green Bay the one-point lead. Staley said Monday that he's a good example for their younger players.

"We have to get ready to play", said Gruden, whose team opens the season as the late Monday night game against the Rams.

"I was a guy that had numerous contract disputes with the teams I was in, and I did stay away but I did it the smart way, I sat on the bike and rode the bike so I was actually in the facility so I wasn't getting fined", says BBC American football expert Osi Umenyiora.

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Jenkins is among the Eagles players who have met with state representatives to push for criminal justice reform. They have a new goal - finishing the season at home in Atlanta, where the Super Bowl will be played in February.

"You know we talked about finishing and we didn't do that", Nagy said. He has also thrown for 24 touchdowns and just one interception in his last nine starts versus the Bears, including seven TDs and no picks in his last two games.

It turned out to be the only offensive touchdown the Bears would score all night.

Veteran Adrian Peterson only got a job in Washington after their top draft pick was injured, but he showed he's still got it with a 96-yard game that saw him enter the top 10 of the all-time rushing list. The first was about as bad as it could ever get for Packers fans. The Packers don't need to do anything until Wednesday when they have to release their injury report for Week 2 against the Vikings.

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As of this writing the jury is out on those outcomes, which is frankly better than we can say for either Obama or Bush ... We have the chance to flip the House of Representatives and make sure there are real checks and balances in Washington ".

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