Packers look to parlay comeback win into an early-season run — but will need Aaron Rodgers to do it

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Packers look to parlay comeback win into an early-season run — but will need Aaron Rodgers to do it
Packers look to parlay comeback win into an early-season run — but will need Aaron Rodgers to do it

GREEN BAY — Mike McCarthy was the Green Bay Packers' quarterbacks coach back in 1999, so he had a front row seat to see Brett Favre rally his team to three dramatic, last-minute, come-from-behind victories in the first month of the season — all with a busted up throwing hand. Now in his 13th season as the Packers' head coach, McCarthy has also seen his Aaron Rodgers play well while playing hurt — from a separated right (throwing) shoulder in 2008; to a torn calf muscle in his right leg in 2014; and to Sunday night, when Rodgers came back from what initially appeared to be a serious left knee injury to engineer a 24-23 comeback victory over the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. So, McCarthy knows

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