No matter how bad the Green Bay Packers may be in 2022, they always seem to find a way to have their best games of the year against the Chicago Bears.
After the Packers took a 20-19 lead in the fourth quarter, CB Jaire Alexander intercepted Bears QB Justin Fields, and Green Bay’s offense turned that into a touchdown on a 46-yard end-around run by rookie WR Christian Watson.
After that TD, cameras caught Aaron Rodgers saluting the Bears fans, but he held his arm up so long that it looked like a Hitler salute, which is what social media began accusing him of.
The Packers came back from a 13-point deficit in the second quarter to beat the Bears, 28-19, on Sunday at Soldier Field. It was the team’s eighth straight win in the rivalry.
Watson finished with two touchdowns, as he caught a TD pass earlier in the game, giving him eight TDs in his last four games.
Aaron Rodgers was 18-of-31 for 182 yards and a TD for an 85.7 passer rating.