Green Bay Packers: Top 30 moments in franchise history

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17. Packers beat Bears in 2013

What a season 2013 turned out to be for the Green Bay Packers.

As crazy as it sounds, the Packers started four different quarterbacks in the 2013, and still made the playoffs. After starting the season 5-2, the Packers played the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football, which ended up putting their season in jeopardy.  Not only did the Bears defeat the Packers at Lambeau Field, but Aaron Rodgers endured a serious injury, which put him on the sidelines until week 17 of the season.

Players such as , , and Matt Flynn started for the Packers in Rodgers’ absence, and combined for a 2-4-1 record. Heading into Chicago the last game of the regular season, the Packers needed to beat the Bears to go to the playoffs.

Randall Cobb. Raymond T. Rivard photograph

Down by eight in the fourth quarter, the Packers got a touchdown and extra point to put them within a point. Possessing the ball at the end of the fourth quarter, the Packer were faced with a 4th and 8 situation. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers snapped the ball and rolled to his left, which almost saw him sacked by then-Bears defensive end .

Rodgers then found wide receiver deep for a touchdown and the dagger to win the NFC North division tittle.

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