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The Rush: Aaron Rodgers (still) owns Bears and Tom Brady breaks multiple records

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Trash talk took over week 14 of the NFL season with Aaron Rodgers (still) owning the Bears, the Cowboys backing up a week’s worth of jawing at Washington and the Raiders’ brazen behavior backfiring in Kansas City. Plus, Lamar Jackson went down with an injury while Tom Brady broke two NFL records in an OT thriller against the Bills.

Video Transcript

- Fields.

- From the [INAUDIBLE].

- [INAUDIBLE] look out! Picked off Rasul Douglas. And Douglas will take it all the way for a touchdown!

[CROWD CHEERING]

LIZ LOZA: Remember back in week six what went down when the Packers beat the Bears in Chicago?

- I own you!

[CROWD CHEERING]

Still own you! I still own you!

LIZ LOZA: Now here in week 14 at Lambeau, Aaron Rodgers still owns the Bears.

- [INAUDIBLE] in the role of fullback. Rodgers comes back to the left. Wide open is Jones, and he is into the end zone again.

LIZ LOZA: With Rodgers as the starter, the Packers are 22 and 5 all-time against the Bears. And more importantly, this win keeps the Packers in great position in the NFC with a 10 and 3 record.

Trash talk was a pretty big theme on Sunday, though, with the Cowboys riding into DC, big mouths a-blazing.

- [INAUDIBLE] backfield. Pressure. High heat. [INAUDIBLE]! Down he goes! The ball is loose. It's picked up by Dallas in Armstrong. He's got a convoy. He's going to walk in for the touchdown!

LIZ LOZA: Dallas backed up a week's worth of chin wagging in large part thanks to linebacker Micah Parsons. Dude got to the quarterback faster than a mouse to a cheese wheel! Parsons is the third rookie in NFL history to have at least one sack in six straight games.

- I am the rookie.

LIZ LOZA: Meanwhile, the Raiders only have one win in their last six games. The silver and black started the day in Kansas City with an ill-advised team meeting right on top of the Chiefs logo at center field, and things went downhill from there.

- Perfectly executed. Williams down the sideline leaping! Touchdown, Kansas City.

LIZ LOZA: Oh, so it turns out [BLEEP] talking a superior team on their home turf probably isn't a great strategy.

- Strategery.

LIZ LOZA: Quarterbacks had quite a day on Sunday. The Ravens were already being worked over by the Browns when Lamar Jackson went down with a sprained ankle in the second quarter.

- Not good.

LIZ LOZA: No, not good at all. But Ravens fans have to feel somewhat relieved by what they saw from backup quarterback Tyler Huntley, who lit up the stat sheet and nearly pulled off a comeback against the Browns. Speaking of comebacks, the Bills overcame a 21-point deficit only to lose in overtime like this.

- Third and 3 from the pocket. Connecting.

That's Perriman taking it all the way for the win!

LIZ LOZA: That was Tom Brady's 700th career touchdown pass. And that wasn't even his most impressive record-setting play of the day.

- Blitzing. Brady has to launch it. And Evans Catches it!

LIZ LOZA: Dude is 44 years old and setting a new NFL career completions record on an impossible play.

- That's impossible!

LIZ LOZA: Just when you think you've seen it all, the GOAT goes the next level.