Rodgers went down awkwardly after being sacked by Bears defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris.
According to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, it was the same knee Rodgers suffered a torn ACL with in high school at Pleasant Valley.
Veteran sports reporter Skip Bayless reported that Rodgers, "Appeared to be slightly shaking his head as the cart took him to the locker room. and his eyes looked a little teary".
On a third-and-goal situation, Mack broke past a wideout then the right tackle and stripped the ball from quarterback DeShone Kizer. Tim Boyle was one of their seven inactives. On Sunday night, the Bears made their season debut and Mack did not start given that he didn't participate in training camp, but once he got on the field, he was a monster. The struggles and lack of cohesion shared by the starting group was obvious through the first half prior to Rodgers' injury. He was sacked twice and completed 3-of-7 passes for 13 yards, gaining only one first down through the team's first 14 offensive plays.