Jordy Nelson

Rodgers tosses 2 TD passes, Packers beat Eagles 27-13

Aaron Rodgers showed Carson Wentz what an elite quarterback can do for his team.

The two-time NFL MVP had a dazzling performance in a game the Green Bay Packers desperately needed to win. The rookie QB was inconsistent and made a costly mistake for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Rodgers had 313 yards passing and threw two touchdown passes to Davante Adams to help the Packers beat the Eagles 27-13 Monday night, snapping a four-game losing streak.

Wentz was 24 of 36 for 254 yards and threw an interception in Green Bay territory. He also was sacked four times.

Wentz didn't have starting running back Ryan Mathews the entire game, and No. 1 receiver Jordan Matthews missed...