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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The buffet line is open again for the Packers' offence with Aaron Rodgers back.
Coach Mike McCarthy has made a few tweaks to the playbook with the franchise quarterback back for the first time in nearly two months after breaking his left collarbone. Rodgers is expected to start Sunday in Green Bay's showdown in Chicago with the Bears for the NFC North title.
The return of Rodgers figures to give the Bears' defence a dilemma that hasn't existed for Packers opponents in nearly two months -- focus on the passing game at the expense of giving 1,100-yard rusher Eddie Lacy more room to run, or stop the run and give Rodgers more room to operate.
-- The Associated Press