Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers touchdown pass against Chicago Bears called back by penalty
Charles Rex Arbogast/AP
By SI Wire
September 28, 2014

Aaron Rodgers appeared to have thrown a touchdown pass to stretch the Packers' lead over the Bears Sunday, but it was called back due to a penalty.

(GIF via SB Nation)

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Rodgers eluded the Bears pass rush to drop a pass over two Chicago defenders and into the hands of tight end Andrew Quarless. A holding penalty on center Corey Linsley nullified the touchdown, however, and set the Packers up with a 3rd-and-17 from the Chicago 45-yard line. 

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Rodgers connected with Jordy Nelson on the next play to move the Packers into range for a Mason Crosby 53-yard field goal, which extended the Green Bay lead to 24-17.

- Dan Gartland

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