Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass to receiver Randall Cobb with less than a minute left in the fourth quarter Sunday against the Bears, ending a five-game losing streak for the Packers.
Rodgers scored on a 17-yard touchdown to Cobb and broke up a Bears pass rush that had been holding Green Bay to a field goal.
“I thought it was a great move to throw it right to Cobb because he’s so physical,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said.
“The way the ball was released, it was very, very good.
The whole thing was just so smooth and fast.”
Rodgers threw for 473 yards and three touchdowns and had four interceptions.
Cobb had 1 for 15 and was sacked twice.