The Green Bay Packers couldn't get past the Carolina Panthers in quarterback Aaron Rodgers' return on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
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Aaron Rodgers persevered and overcame mistakes to lead a fourth-quarter rally but wasn't enough to offset another leaky defensive performance as Carolina beat Green Bay 31-24.
Cam Newton threw for 242 yards and four touchdowns, and the Panthers spoiled Aaron Rodgers' return from a broken collarbone with a 31-24 win over the Packers on Sunday.
- Packers: Same ol’ Aaron? Rodgers insists he won’t alter his playing style in return from broken collarbone
- Tom Oates: Aaron Rodgers' return won't matter if Packers' defense doesn't deliver
- Packers: Offensive line must protect Aaron Rodgers against Panthers' powerful rush
- Packers: Aaron Rodgers expects to get wide receiver Jordy Nelson back in the mix
- Packers: Julius Peppers making plays in Carolina — just like he did in Green Bay
- Packers: Jonathan Stewart giving Panthers major boost down the stretch
- NFL: Top performances by former Wisconsin Badgers in Week 14
- Tom Oates: Only time will tell if it's worth rushing Aaron Rodgers back from his collarbone injury
- Packers: Aaron Rodgers says he's 'not coming back to save this team'
- Packers: Blitz-happy Panthers figure to go after Aaron Rodgers
- Packers: Aaron Rodgers' comeback ends as Green Bay places QB on injured reserve