2022 NFL Week 2 Sunday: Three epic comebacks, a shutout in Jacksonville and continued 'ownership' of the Bears

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The 49ers lost Trey Lance for the year. The Colts lost again — in a shutout — in Jacksonville. The Jets, Dolphins and Cardinals all staged wild fourth-quarter road comebacks for wins over the Browns, Ravens and Raiders respectively. Aaron Rodgers continued his self-described "ownership" of the Bears at Lambeau Field to cap it all off.

Sunday Night Football

Packers 27, Bears 10 | Box score

Sunday's late slate

49ers 27, Seahawks 7 | Box score

Cowboys 20, Bengals 17 | Box score

Broncos 16, Texans 9 | Box score

Rams 31, Falcons 27 | Box score

Cardinals 29, Raiders 23 | Box score

Sunday's early slate

Dolphins 42, Ravens 38 | Box score

Lions 36, Commanders 27 | Box score

Buccaneers 20, Saints 10 | Box score

Jaguars 24, Colts 0 | Box score

Jets 31, Browns 30 | Box score

Patriots 17, Steelers 14 | Box score

Giants 19, Panthers 16 | Box score

Dec 12, 2021; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA;  Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) during the game against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
Aaron Rodgers continued his self-described "ownership" of the Bears on Sunday Night Football. (Photo by Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports)