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Rodgers' 'finest hour' unlike any other for McCarthy

8:30 PM, Dec. 30, 2013
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He wasn't perfect, but Aaron Rodgers gave the Green Bay Packers' offense exactly what it needed in his first game back from a fractured left collarbone.

A victory at the most critical time.

While the 85.2 quarterback rating might suggest a par-for-the-course performance, Rodgers was the catalyst in resurrecting the Packers' offense in a 33-28 victory over Chicago to capture the team's third consecutive NFC North crown. ...

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