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McCarthy: Not a sure thing that Rodgers plays next game

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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was hoping to play yesterday against the Lions, before that pesky medical reality kicked in.

But even though he has another 10 days before the Packers play again, it’s not certain that he’ll return from his broken collarbone Dec. 8 against the Falcons.

I don’t know that,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Friday morning, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. “I just know when we came off the field Wednesday that he wasn’t ready to play yet. So we’ll see how the testing goes, but it needs to be the right thing. I know he wants to play. I know he’s trying to gear up each and every week to play, but we’ll see what happens next week.”

The Falcons game will be 34 days from his Nov. 4 injury, and Rodgers has said doctors told him he’d need six to eight weeks to be healed.

So as much as the Packers are struggling without him — and at 5-6-1 they can’t afford another loss — there might not be enough time to get him well.

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  1. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 12:04 PM

    lets see. if he doesnt play against the falcons loss. then they have dallas on the road…loss then pittsburgh at home…hell get the crap stomped out of him …loss thats 5-9-1 lets say they beat chicago. thats a finish of 6-9-1.. hey green bay fans, does that give you home field advantage thruout the playoffs? better ask josh sitton to make sure

  2. 28for20 says: Nov 29, 2013 12:05 PM

    He’s injured worse than they are saying. The guys shoulder is hanging lower than right one. Loved the hissy fit that Rodgers threw on the sideline. throwing your clipboard is so 4th grade! Packers = Decline!

  3. aldante66 says: Nov 29, 2013 12:05 PM

    He ain’t rushing back after yesterdays fiasco. What would be the point, season is over.

  4. puckster55pics says: Nov 29, 2013 12:13 PM

    The Packers are Done,stick a fork in their season as it is Over! He has not nor Ever will be the Great QB Favre was for this franchise,he’s no ironman THAT’S FOR DARN SURE! As for this team,it is simply amazing at the fall off when Rodgers can’t play,Rodgers is a excellent QB mind you but to see the complete & utter collapse they have shown since he went down is mind boggling. If Ted was as “Brilliant” a GM as many in the NFL media world claim then WHY do they not have good back up talent behind the Most Key position? If it wasn’t for the complete collapse of the Vikings in the 4th qtr of their game they would’ve beaten the Pack by double digits as the other team’s did.
    Even the Falcons as bad as they are this season Should get a W against this team should Rodgers not start. Oh well, no big loss as I Hate those colors anyway-Go Lions

  5. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 12:13 PM

    28for20 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:05 PM
    He’s injured worse than they are saying. The guys shoulder is hanging lower than right one. Loved the hissy fit that Rodgers threw on the sideline. throwing your clipboard is so 4th grade! Packers = Decline!

    he’s only cared about padding his stats and making commercials. wonder if he’ll hit favres consecutive starts of 297? lets see thats only 18.6 more years. yeah he’ll do it. hes only 30 in a few days so he has to play injury free till he’s 48

  6. thatswhatimsayin says: Nov 29, 2013 12:15 PM

    Whether Aaron comes back is irrelevant. What the Packers need to be asking is who is the next running back we’ll be facing? Toby freakin’ Gerhart was averaging 11 ypc until Musgrave decided to put the ball in Ponder’s hands and start throwing.

  7. dahmergeinteam says: Nov 29, 2013 12:19 PM

    With this last game being on a Thursday, we have a lot of time to kill now. He can heal up.

  8. vincentbojackson says: Nov 29, 2013 12:28 PM

    Unless Rodgers can come back and play defense there’s no point in rushing him back. They’re terrible on both sides of the ball.

    Time to shut him down, this season’s over.

  9. doctorrustbelt says: Nov 29, 2013 12:28 PM

    Let’s Be Honest… the Green Bay Packers should close up shop and “play” for a higher draft pick.

  10. richcranium2112 says: Nov 29, 2013 12:35 PM

    Loving all the haters taking the opportunity to kick GB!
    They have racked up more injuries than most teams, they don’t use it as an excuse for losing.
    Offense can’t generate first downs due to poor play calling and execution.
    Defense can’t get off the field.
    It is the tsunami effect….
    Maybe time for a high draft pick!?!

  11. tokyosandblaster says: Nov 29, 2013 12:35 PM

    If he doesn’t, they lose. The team looked like the Vikings yesterday. Absolutely terrible in every phase of the game.

    Thank god it’s just due to injuries, and if Rodgers hadn’t gotten hurt we’d still only have two losses.

    >

  12. grandsonofcoach says: Nov 29, 2013 12:39 PM

    If he doesn’t play just means better draft positioning and an easier schedule next year. This is life in the NFL. I’d rather take one down year with an elite QB vs the years of false hopes players like Ponder, Mitchel and Cutler give. Enjoy!

  13. perkjctc says: Nov 29, 2013 12:39 PM

    The reason they don’t have any depth is because Ted Thompson never signs free agents. He would rather pay someone a rookie minimum salary than pay a veteran a decent wage. When their deals are up he’d rather let them walk rather than pay them more money on a second contract. It could be because they are a small market team and can’t afford big contracts or they could just be cheap, either way the result is the same, their bench is paper thin.

  14. dwarftosser says: Nov 29, 2013 12:54 PM

    If they were going to push him to come back, the Detroit game would have been the game to play him. Not playing Rodgers in that game essentially conceded the division. No point rushing him back now.

  15. buyamericanonly says: Nov 29, 2013 12:55 PM

    Just give him the discount double check and put him on injured reserve then you can all walk around and say the reason we arent in the playoffs was that rodgers was hurt. It had nothing at all to do with our terrible defense. It is nice to see how everyone on the team stepped up while Rodgers was out.

  16. dragonfly99 says: Nov 29, 2013 12:55 PM

    The Packers would be smart to let Rodgers sit until he is completely healed. Why rush him back to play? Their season is basically over. Let Tolzien get some experience so they can find out if he can be a reliable backup in the future if Rodgers gets injured again. If not, Ted Thompson should seriously consider drafting a capable backup QB and some defensive players that know how to tackle for next year.

  17. scoob766 says: Nov 29, 2013 12:58 PM

    Leatherface is about as smart as a box of rocks.

    Championships:
    Favre = 1
    Rodgers = 1

    Rodgers in fewer years has surpassed Favre. Without longevity Favre is nothing but a subpar playoff QB that loves to throw the pick six when it matters. GBs season is over, true much like EVERY season Favre played with the exception of one. Lay off the pipe and enjoy Thanksgiving.

    BTW go 49ers!

  18. aldante66 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:01 PM

    So your team for the most part, yes math wise they may have a chance and yes a meteorite could land in my backyard, but keep in mind, both the Bears and Lions have to collapse in the next four games while the mighty Pack win. I’ll take the odds of the meteorite.

    Why would you want Rogers to come back and play under a third string center, a rookie left tackle, a big mouth left guard, a worthless right tackle and right guard rather than just piss the season away and finally get into the draft order where real talent lies.

    Lets see Datone Jone, Perry were our last two picks in the first and they are both sucky.

  19. aldante66 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:05 PM

    Nov 29, 2013 12:55 PM
    Just give him the discount double check and put him on injured reserve then you can all walk around and say the reason we arent in the playoffs was that rodgers was hurt. It had nothing at all to do with our terrible defense. It is nice to see how everyone on the team stepped up while Rodgers was out.

    ———————————————-

    They did step up. That’s the problem. What you saw was them at their bests. These guys playing are the A team. The D line are all starters. The dbacks are our starters. The linebackers mostly starters. Its just Rogers put points on the board to make them look better than they are. Way better.

  20. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:06 PM

    dahmergeinteam says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:19 PM
    With this last game being on a Thursday, we have a lot of time to kill now.

    like aaron hernandez….same 1st name

  21. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:08 PM

    scoob766 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:58 PM
    Leatherface is about as smart as a box of rocks.

    Championships:
    Favre = 1
    Rodgers = 1

    Rodgers in fewer years has surpassed Favre. Without longevity Favre is nothing but a subpar playoff QB that loves to throw the pick six when it matters. GBs season is over, true much like EVERY season Favre played with the exception of one. Lay off the pipe and enjoy Thanksgiving.

    BTW go 49ers!

    hey scooby when will rodgers hit 297? how come he doesnt have as many tds as favre? how come not as much yardage as favre?

  22. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:12 PM

    richcranium2112 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:35 PM
    Loving all the haters taking the opportunity to kick GB!
    They have racked up more injuries than most teams, they don’t use it as an excuse for losing.
    Offense can’t generate first downs due to poor play calling and execution.
    Defense can’t get off the field.
    It is the tsunami effect….
    Maybe time for a high draft pick!

    the old injury excuse. packers are missing 1 guy rodgers. and thats more than the other 32 teams combined? why is it when gb loses its injuries bad refs, lousy fans the middle east obamacare etc. field a decent team. although bj raji after stopping a guy after previously giving up a 42 yard run and wagging his finger sure helps

    defense cant get off the field? theyre the 6th ranked in the nfl. the whole problem is mastay

  23. thejuddstir says: Nov 29, 2013 1:17 PM

    “28for20 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:05 PM
    He’s injured worse than they are saying. The guys shoulder is hanging lower than right one.”
    =================
    His left one is hangin’ lower than his right one you say huh?

  24. tokyosandblaster says: Nov 29, 2013 1:19 PM

    Leather face, you do realize that with the concussion protocols Favre would have never made it that long. He himself admitted that he shouldn’t have played.

    Also, no one will hit 297, because of the player safety regulations now in place.

    Have a fantastic day thinking you’re really smart.

  25. tokyosandblaster says: Nov 29, 2013 1:21 PM

    Randall Cobb is playing, leather face? The guy that led the nfl in all purpose yards?

    What about Bulaga? He in? Jermichael Finley? Playing?

    Man, stop talking before you make a fool of yourself.

    Too late.

  26. f1restarter says: Nov 29, 2013 1:23 PM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:04 PM
    lets see. if he doesnt play against the falcons loss. then they have dallas on the road…loss then pittsburgh at home…hell get the crap stomped out of him …loss thats 5-9-1 lets say they beat chicago. thats a finish of 6-9-1.. hey green bay fans, does that give you home field advantage thruout the playoffs? better ask josh sitton to make sure
    ——————————
    Wow, this guy’s as bright as a 25-watt light bulb.

    Every game remaining on the Packers’ schedule is winnable. If they play defense like they did early in the season and actually block for the QB, I can see them going 9-6-1 which may be good enough to win the North., even without Aaron Rodgers.

  27. scoob766 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:24 PM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 1:08 PM
    scoob766 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:58 PM
    Leatherface is about as smart as a box of rocks.

    Championships:
    Favre = 1
    Rodgers = 1

    Rodgers in fewer years has surpassed Favre. Without longevity Favre is nothing but a subpar playoff QB that loves to throw the pick six when it matters. GBs season is over, true much like EVERY season Favre played with the exception of one. Lay off the pipe and enjoy Thanksgiving.

    BTW go 49ers!

    hey scooby when will rodgers hit 297? how come he doesnt have as many tds as favre? how come not as much yardage as favre?

    ——————————–
    He definitely won’t hit 336 INT’s or be the career leader in that. I highly doubt he becomes addicted to painkillers or text his junk to ladies either. I wonder if he was high on painkillers if he could have made it to 297? Whatcha think?

  28. dwarftosser says: Nov 29, 2013 1:30 PM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 1:12 PM
    the old injury excuse. packers are missing 1 guy rodgers. and thats more than the other 32 teams combined? why is it when gb loses its injuries bad refs, lousy fans the middle east obamacare etc. field a decent team. although bj raji after stopping a guy after previously giving up a 42 yard run and wagging his finger sure helps

    defense cant get off the field? theyre the 6th ranked in the nfl. the whole problem is mastay
    ____________________________________

    Did you just say the Packers are only missing 1 guy? Seriously, just don’t comment on things if you really have no knowledge of the situation at all.

  29. GenXJay says: Nov 29, 2013 1:31 PM

    The “if, should’ve, could’ve” past injuries talk that gb trolls continue to whine about has gotten as stale as yesterdays left out Thanksgiving buns.
    Face it losers. Even w/ShAaron playing soon, cheeses bays offense is asthmatic.

  30. aa1829 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:34 PM

    Hit the road MM, and take TT and DC with you. You are a fat head, no, make that a pig headed fatso who will not deviate from his poorly conceived game plan. Run up the middle no matter what, forget that the Lions and the Giants are double tuff up the middle. And when I say fat head, I mean that both literally and figuratively.

  31. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:44 PM

    Wow, this guy’s as bright as a 25-watt light bulb.

    Every game remaining on the Packers’ schedule is winnable. If they play defense like they did early in the season and actually block for the QB, I can see them going 9-6-1 which may be good enough to win the North., even without Aaron Rodgers.

    how does that give them homefield thru out if seattle finishes at 14-2

  32. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:45 PM

    dwarftosser said Did you just say the Packers are only missing 1 guy? Seriously, just don’t comment on things if you really have no knowledge of the situation at all.

    what other guy are they missing besides rodgers that counts name 1. besides hes the nfl golden boy cant he do it all himself?

  33. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:47 PM

    firestarter said

    Every game remaining on the Packers’ schedule is winnable. If they play defense like they did early in the season and actually block for the QB, I can see them going 9-6-1 which may be good enough to win the North., even without Aaron Rodgers.

    yeah it is but what if they lose all 4? just asking? does 5-10-1 put you in the playoffs? im sure goodell will do that for them anyway

  34. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:58 PM

    well lets see here

    favre stats attempts 10,169 rodgers 2916

    favre comp percent 62 rodgers 65

    favre yards 71,838 rodgers 23,879

    favre tds 508 rodgers 186

    favre picks 336 rodgers 50

    ok the only glaring negative is the picks this is rodgers 9th season. he isnt close in yards or tds or attempts favre is clearly better. had worse supporting cast than rodgers and did a lot more

  35. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 2:00 PM

    rodgers only needs 48000 yards to catch him. assuming 6000 per season that may be doable but would still take 8 more years. you dont think rodgers has EVER taken a vicodin or percoset in his life? youre nuts

  36. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 2:01 PM

    and then they get a rb with asthma? he should be disqualified. using inhalers is taking drugs….there are drugs in inhalers. aint just oxygen ya know

  37. f1restarter says: Nov 29, 2013 2:04 PM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 1:44 PM
    Every game remaining on the Packers’ schedule is winnable. If they play defense like they did early in the season and actually block for the QB, I can see them going 9-6-1 which may be good enough to win the North., even without Aaron Rodgers.

    how does that give them homefield thru out if seattle finishes at 14-2
    ————————
    Who ever said anything about home field? Nowhere did I claim that the Packers would get home field.

    Your reading comprehension skills are bad.

  38. leatherface2012 says: Nov 29, 2013 2:04 PM

    scooby says

    He definitely won’t hit 336 INT’s or be the career leader in that. I highly doubt he becomes addicted to painkillers or text his junk to ladies either. I wonder if he was high on painkillers if he could have made it to 297? Whatcha think?

    ok so rodgers has never had a physical NEVER taken pain meds. what if he was in a serious car wreck or had both acl and mcl torn, right he would magically heal himself. you just prefer pretty boys that cant stay in the lineup to tough guys

  39. tokyosandblaster says: Nov 29, 2013 2:11 PM

    I’m beginning to think leatherface is Brett Favre.

    But I doubt that. Favre is probably throwing an interception right now, so how could be be typing?

  40. scoob766 says: Nov 29, 2013 2:13 PM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 2:04 PM
    scooby says

    He definitely won’t hit 336 INT’s or be the career leader in that. I highly doubt he becomes addicted to painkillers or text his junk to ladies either. I wonder if he was high on painkillers if he could have made it to 297? Whatcha think?

    ok so rodgers has never had a physical NEVER taken pain meds. what if he was in a serious car wreck or had both acl and mcl torn, right he would magically heal himself. you just prefer pretty boys that cant stay in the lineup to tough guys
    ————————-

    You know very little about your idol. Yes he probably has taken a pain med, but has he checked into programs like Favre due to it? NOPE. Favre is an addict and was so high he could never feel the injuries. I like how you don’t know your own sub par idol lol.

  41. thejuddstir says: Nov 29, 2013 2:15 PM

    “dwarftosser says:
    Nov 29, 2013 1:30 PM
    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 1:12 PM
    the old injury excuse. packers are missing 1 guy rodgers. and thats more than the other 32 teams combined? why is it when gb loses its injuries bad refs, etc.
    ____________________________________

    Did you just say the Packers are only missing 1 guy? Seriously, just don’t comment on things if you really have no knowledge of the situation at all.
    =============================
    dwarftosser……..the packers have suffered some significant injuries but really no more than any other NFL team. You can probably make a “longer list” of players on IR for the packers than most other teams but do know that the packers have long used the IR to stash players instead of losing them. You’re own GBPressGazette acknowledged this fact just yesterday in their “post-game chat” session, so probably you don’t have “complete knowledge” of the situation either.

  42. trollsetter says: Nov 29, 2013 3:07 PM

    Flynn to win!!!

  43. hansenbrothers says: Nov 29, 2013 3:07 PM

    Sit him, they’re out of the playoffs anyway. Plus if yesterday is any indication, he’d rebreak it during the first quarter anyway, behind that shoddy o-line.

  44. duece5 says: Nov 29, 2013 3:41 PM

    scoob766 says: Nov 29, 2013 1:24 PM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 1:08 PM
    scoob766 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 12:58 PM
    Leatherface is about as smart as a box of rocks.

    Championships:
    Favre = 1
    Rodgers = 1

    Rodgers in fewer years has surpassed Favre. Without longevity Favre is nothing but a subpar playoff QB that loves to throw the pick six when it matters. GBs season is over, true much like EVERY season Favre played with the exception of one. Lay off the pipe and enjoy Thanksgiving.

    BTW go 49ers!

    hey scooby when will rodgers hit 297? how come he doesnt have as many tds as favre? how come not as much yardage as favre?

    ——————————–
    He definitely won’t hit 336 INT’s or be the career leader in that. I highly doubt he becomes addicted to painkillers or text his junk to ladies either. I wonder if he was high on painkillers if he could have made it to 297? Whatcha think?

    duece5 says:

    Well, Rodgas has to be on SOMETHING…….he actually thinks his porn stache looks good!

  45. packerbackersince71 says: Nov 29, 2013 3:49 PM

    … Lifetime Packers Fan here through the Good and Bad Years … Please explain to me why there are so many posts from the Ignorant Fans of the Lions , Bears and Vikings … When their Teams Win a Super Bowl or Two , then post here and we can have an intelligent conversation … Your jealousy is indeed ruining your lives !!! … GO PACK GO !!!…

  46. dwarftosser says: Nov 29, 2013 4:01 PM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 29, 2013 1:45 PM

    what other guy are they missing besides rodgers that counts name 1. besides hes the nfl golden boy cant he do it all himself?
    ___________________________________
    I’ll name 4 other significant injuries:
    Randall Cobb (only their #1 receiver from last year), Jermichael Finley (starting TE), Bryan Bulaga (Starting Tackle) and Casey Hayward (CB who logs a ton of gametime). Losing their starting center in the game didn’t help either, plus Matthews is still limited with his hand.

    To sum that up for you, that means they are missing 3 of their best 4 skill players on offense, plus their best offensive lineman.

  47. filthymcnasty1 says: Nov 29, 2013 4:11 PM

    13 World Championships has a way of keeping the Packer fan base perspective in check. And I am inspired by the regal manner in which Packer fans everywhere are addressing this adversity.

    Perhaps a small portion of the degenerate Viking fan base might find inspiration in our good example.

  48. trollsetter says: Nov 29, 2013 4:46 PM

    I’m glad you can take solace in your perspective. Yesterday must have been really fun, eating turkey, submersed in perspective. Enjoy the rest of your non-playoff season.

  49. gtodriver says: Nov 29, 2013 5:03 PM

    filthymcnasty1 says:

    13 World Championships has a way of keeping the Packer fan base perspective in check. And I am inspired by the regal manner in which Packer fans everywhere are addressing this adversity.
    __________________________

    Really?

    What’s with posts like this (that you should already know are on this thread – if you could read and comprehend)….

    richcranium2112 says:

    They have racked up more injuries than most teams, they don’t use it as an excuse for losing.

    or:

    grandsonofcoach says:

    If he doesn’t play just means better draft positioning and an easier schedule next year. This is life in the NFL. I’d rather take one down year…
    _____________________________

    REGAL MANNER? Did you really post that?

    How are you inspired by the “regal manner” in which your fellow fans are whining about injuries and wanting the Pack to lose for better draft picks…

    There are several teams that have had to use backup QB’s this year.

    Back in ’08, the Patriots lost Brady in the opening game of the season – and something called Matt Cassel led them to a 11 – 5 record and the playoffs.

    You don’t even have to go outside the NFL North to find one that has won games with their backup QB and several other players out because of injury this season.

    As a matter of fact – I do believe the Bears beat the Pack with their backup QB. They were also missing several starters (like most teams in the NFL at this time of year).

    Did your fans accept that? No, you and your’s just whined that Rodgers wasn’t able to play….

    0-4-1 – that’s what your team did in November. You and your’s need to accept the facts.

    Did you still need some cheese with that WHINE?

  50. orangepeanut28 says: Nov 29, 2013 5:19 PM

    2nd highest scoring offense in NFL history was led by a backup quarterback…

  51. packerbacker12 says: Nov 29, 2013 6:13 PM

    I am a die hard Packer fan but it shocks me how many of my fellow Packer fans have turned the tables. Just a few seasons ago, you were claiming Ted Thompson to be a genius now all of a sudden he should be fired? It is blatantly obvious us Packer fans have been spoiled by success because when the Packers finally hit a bump in the road, people are screaming for everyone’s head. Sorry but it doesn’t work that way. The Packers are still a talented football team that has made the playoffs every season since 2009. I admit Thompson should of been better prepared in case Rodgers went down. There also needs to be changes made as well as far as the players and coaching staff go but that is what Thompson is there for.

    I mean, I understand my fellow Packer fans’ frustration. This season has been a total disappointment. I’m sure Thompson feels the same way. If they miss the playoffs, Thompson won’t stand for that. The last time they missed the playoffs, the whole defensive staff was fired.

  52. filthymcnasty1 says: Nov 29, 2013 6:39 PM

    My fellow Packer fans are exhibiting a level of graciousness rarely seen in the NFL as they handle this brief period of adversity. I think this adds to the prestige of their reputation around the nation, and around the globe. It truly is inspiring. Hopefully fans from some of the routinely bad teams (like the Vikings) can learn from our good example.

  53. qoojo says: Nov 29, 2013 6:41 PM

    As a packers fan since the early 70s, I have seen a lot of really bad football. I am actually surprised the packers won it in 2010, and put that down to Woodson getting the defense in line for the last half of the season, and Rodgers playing phenomenally.

    The defense has been a joke MM’s entire time. It was a record setting joke in 2011. The past month has confirmed that MM’s main talent is having HoF QBs play for him. He plays to defensive strengths regularly. When Flynn was getting blitzed every down, there were no plays to combat the blitz. It was all medium to long passes.

    MM has nothing to do with the defense and he is in theory the head coach. His offense works great when the QB can throw within a 1 sq ft window every down, while dodging a jailbreak.

    So as a packers fan, I watched poor defense doom Favre in the second half of his career, and the packers are doing the same thing to Rodgers. Call me a bad fan, but I like that the packers are losing right now, so that even the stupid can see just how truly pitiful and useless the defense is.

    At this point, even Bob McGinn (the guy that said the packers can win without rodgers earlier this year) should be able to see how worthless this defense is and has been.

  54. toes110 says: Nov 29, 2013 7:52 PM

    Did you know that The Great State of Minnesota has the 5th fastest growing economy in the country, while that cesspool of poverty and shame to the east is ranked 34th. The Great State of Minnesota is also ranked the 8th for future business growth while the “state” to the east is ranked 38th.. Its no doubt the residents of that purgatory to the east depend of the Great State of Minnesota for Jobs, Medical care, Non-obese woman and hope…… You can claim that your “states” one profitable company is more successful than our football team, after that…………….. yeah not much… Once again the Great State of Minnesota is proven superior..

  55. trollsetter says: Nov 29, 2013 8:15 PM

    The Packers (and their fans) are a bunch of clown shoes.

  56. ohnoflorio says: Nov 29, 2013 8:25 PM

    This is getting ridiculous & if they cannot beat the cellar dwelling little giants, they’re not beating anyone w/out Rogers

  57. linemanguy74 says: Nov 29, 2013 9:09 PM

    I thought after the great tie with the vikes that GB was a super bowl lock

  58. farvite says: Nov 29, 2013 10:39 PM

    If only McCarthy was doubtful fort be next game…

  59. david020998 says: Nov 29, 2013 11:24 PM

    As a Packers fan, I really think it’s unnecessary to rush Aaron into the field. The season is over. Theirs a very small chance to make it into the playoffs. Why risk it? He’s basically the franchise of this team. Richest paid player. I wouldn’t pay that much of an amount of money to watch him get hurt in the field. Let him heal. And let someone else get the starting reps so we won’t be in the same position as this years.

    #GoPackers

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