Oddsmakers lean against Aaron Rodgers playing

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The information droids that obsess over every nugget and detail of NFL news have still yet to discern, per sources or otherwise, whether Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will play on Sunday despite a knee injury. At least one sports book currently has a strong lean.

BetDSI has Rodgers at minus-350 to miss Sunday’s game against the Vikings, and at plus-280 to suit up and perform with an impaired leg.

This is no layup,” coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday regarding Rodgers’ chance of playing. “That’s why it’s a day-to-day situation.”

Rodgers doesn’t need to practice in order to play. If he plays, the question is whether he can play well enough to protect himself against a zealous and talented Vikings defense.

With Rodgers, the Packers can, and should, win the game. Without him, DeShone Kizer would likely see his record as a starter to match the 0-16 mark the Browns generated in his rookie year.

108 responses to “Oddsmakers lean against Aaron Rodgers playing

  1. If Rodgers is too injured to play Sunday, then he should never of touched the field of play in the 2nd half of last week game. I cannot believe the many Packer fans on PFT insisting Rodgers play because it’s the Vikings. As a Bears fan that’s still in shock over last weeks mess, I’m more dismayed that the Packers would even consider putting their best QB ever in danger of further harm. Why is it so hard to understand?

  2. “With Rodgers, the Packers can, and should, win the game”

    You mean the same Packers who have won 1 of the last 5 games agains the Vikings? I wish Rodgers was fully healthy so it would be clear to all who the new favorite should be in the NFC north.

    Dear Packer fans – if your team feels the need to put an immobile Rodgers out against our D, please don’t make stupid comments about dirty/cheap players when he is unable to finish the game, and possibly his season is ended by this D for the second year in a row. Football is a somewhat violent sport injuries happen especially when players aren’t healthy enough to protect themselves. Look at the bright side I’m sure the NFL will add a couple more rules to try and protect him next year.

  3. I’d take the +280. Did you see him walk off the field after tweaking his knee last Sunday? He didn’t even look concerned. He’s just setting the stage for the dramatic effect of beating the Vikings on one leg.

  4. He has to much of an ego to miss this game, and unfortunately for him, that will be his downfall.

  5. “With Rodgers, the Packers can, and should, win the game.”
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    That’s an incredibly presumptuous statement given the Vikings have been better overall than the Packers the past few seasons. I’d lean more to saying to have any chance the Packers need Rodgers playing.

  6. Packer fan here. I don’t agree with the statement that if Rodgers plays the Packers “can, and should, win the game.” Even if Rodgers is 100% it’s going to be close and Vikings should be favored.

  7. Hogwash. Rumors persist that Danica Patrick will carry Rodgers in as he gazes up into the stands with his big cow eyes. She will place him at the 50 yard line, and then the clouds will split and Coach Lombardi will descend from the heavens. He will touch Erin Rodgers leg and he will proceed to electrify the Lambeau faithful once again.

    Drama. Queen.

  8. I don’t have a rooting interest in this game, but why would Green Bay risk an entire season on this one game? Even if an NFC North tie breaker came to this game, a Wild Card spot is better than what happened last season. Without Rodgers Green Bay is awful and will go nowhere. The Vikings will tee off on an immobile Quarterback.

  9. Not sure why Florio seems to think it’s a slam dunk the Packers win with him. I think the Vikes win if he plays and I KNOW they win if he doesn’t. GB has much to prove yet, they beat a bad Bears team with a horrible QB that did not test the GB D much past the first 10-15 scripted plays. The Bears D did plenty of damage vs. Kizer, not an NFL QB.

  10. Did you notice last Sunday when Rogers returned to the game, that after a bad throw he’d limp back to the huddle, but when he connected with his receiver for a nice gain, he literally skipped like a little kid back to the huddle? I’m warning you guys, Rogers is faking it. Don’t fall victim to his theatrics.

  11. I’d be surprised if he didn’t play. Rodgers has been anticipating this game since the Vikings knocked him out for the season last year. At the very least, I think he tries to play. Whether his leg holds up the whole game is more of a toss up.

  12. Today Packer fans are saying things like “Even a one-legged Rodgers can beat the Vikings” or “An injured Rodgers is still 100x better than a healthy Cousins” or “Rodgers will have a field day against that over-rated Vikings D that lost the NFC championship game”.

    Monday morning Packer fans will be saying “The only reason the Vikings won is because Rodgers wasn’t 100%” or “If Rodgers would have been healthy the Pack would have won” or “The Packers never should have played Rodgers with only one good leg”.

    Bottom line, if you think that putting an injured Rodgers on the field on Sunday guarantees a win over the Vikings on Sunday, then you can’t use the injured excuse on Monday if they lose.

  13. At this point in the season it’s crazy for them to play Rodgers if he can’t move well. Even a loss only puts them back one game, with 14 more to play. As opposed to playing a gimpy QB, who could hurt himself worse and be gone for much longer, jeopardizing their season. So..they’ll probably play him.

  14. thedudefile says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:31 am
    …. I’m more dismayed that the Packers would even consider putting their best QB ever in danger of further harm. Why is it so hard to understand?
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    Packers put their best QB ever in danger of further harm? Bart Starr has aged (as do we all), and has had health problems in recent years, but I don’t think the Packers will be asking Starr to play Sunday, which would put their best QB ever in danger.

  15. reapshavocblog says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:36 am
    The only position the packers have that is better then the vikings is at quarterback.

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    About 30 teams in the league have a better QB than the Vikings….

  16. thedudefile says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:31 am
    As a Bears fan that’s still in shock over last weeks mess, I’m more dismayed that the Packers would even consider putting their best QB ever in danger of further harm. Why is it so hard to understand?
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    As a Bears fan you should be even more embarrassed that given Rodgers injury, he came back and played….where as you had Cutler basically quit on your team in the NFC championship game

  17. I think Max Kellernsn said it best on “First take” yesterday. Yes, it’s against the toughest division rival but it’s week 2 not week 15. If the playoffs were on the line then he plays if possible but don’t chance a bigger injury at the start of the seeason. It’s just not worth it.

  18. It seems to me that if he plays it says that he isn’t all that hurt and that the coaches don’t see this as serious enough to worry about. It seems like playing doesn’t make him a hero but rather exposes him as a weenie. I have always admired his talent and recognized what a game changer he truly is, but come on, enough is enough.

    He is gonna play and when he does we will see that the whole Bears thing was acted out for the cameras. Watch how fast he runs with Hunter or Barr chasing him then tell me he is hurt. If he doesn’t play, I humbly take it all back. Meanwhile dial up the Blitz for Harrison Smith.

  19. thedudefile says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:31 am
    If Rodgers is too injured to play Sunday, then he should never of touched the field of play in the 2nd half of last week game. I cannot believe the many Packer fans on PFT insisting Rodgers play because it’s the Vikings. As a Bears fan that’s still in shock over last weeks mess, I’m more dismayed that the Packers would even consider putting their best QB ever in danger of further harm. Why is it so hard to understand?

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    As I posted in another thread. Rodgers, the Packers and especially the Packer fans want redemption and vindication because those mean Vikings broke his collarbone last year and end our Super Bowl run and their chance at a ring. They are so blinded with this vindication and redemption that’s its clouding their judgement. So if Rodgers plays and if they win the game and it comes out Monday he hurt it further or gets a separated shoulder, well their season is pretty much done. I’m not a huge fan of Rodgers but I do not like seeing players get hurt or in this case hurt further. Is it worth a whole season just to play him in one game? Me thinks not.

    I get it the Packers would a game behind the Vikings – but its only week two for the love of Pete. If the Packers are serious about making a Super Bowl run, you sit Rodgers and work with Kizer’s strengths if any.

  20. Florio really digging deep to find that one last thing to keep the scared Vikings fans hopes that he won’t play alive.

    He is cruel not to just let their bubble burst now.

    Entertaining to witness👏😃

    Clay Matthews: “It’s looking like he is going to be out there”

    Sorry that my “nugget” didn’t come with sports book odds😉

    #100Seasons

    #OneTeamOneNation

    #PackersNation

    #GoPackGo!

  21. Rodgers will play, and the Packers will still lose, and packer fans will have even more in their excuse machine. He wasn’t fully healthy, there should have been a penalty called on this play, blah blah blah…..

  22. Can’t wait to see all the Viking A/B gap pressures. Vikings in Erin’s face batting down balls and looking for another 3 INTs for the purple D. Erin will fake another injury just to get out of the rest of the contest…31-10 Vikings.

  23. Bye bye collarbone….again….

    close call as to who the biggest diva is : Ben “I gotta find a way to play” Rapelesberger or Erin “no way Im sitting” Rawwwwgers.

    Both these clowns make a hangnail look like a career ender, then find a miraculous way to take the field.

    Vikings 38
    Packer – 17
    Erin Rawger – 30 million dollar waterboy. Well done Green Bay, well done.

  24. 250dollarnflowner says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:04 am
    Zimmer owns erin
    //////////////////

    Good for him. Who’s that?

  25. Should win? I am a Packer fan and a 100% healthy Rodgers wouldn’t have me saying they “should” win. Can win? Sure but this is a 50/50 game with a healthy Rodgers.

  26. “With Rodgers, the Packers can, and should, win the game.”

    I don’t have a dog in this fight… But after seeing BS like this, GO VIKINGS!

  27. To scoops1 and whywerule,

    What does Jay Cutler have to do with Aaron Rodgers knee? And if you’re that confused about playing a clearly injured franchise best QB and subjecting him to further injury against one of the NFL’s best defenses, then you get what you deserve.

    And If you think Bart Starr is the best packer QB of all time, then you need to upgrade to new color television.

  28. As important as this game is, it is more important to have him healthy and at full strength through the rest of the season. They are playing a known cheapshot team that can’t win playing clean football. Better not risk it.

  29. Ron Jull says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:33 am
    nhpats :

    About 30 teams in the league have a better QB than the Vikings….

    Dallas doesnt, lol

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    I said 30…..not 31

  30. reapshavocblog says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:36 am

    The only position the packers have that is better then the vikings is at quarterback.
    __________

    I’d say their offensive line is probably better. I also think that Cousins is at least as good as a hobbled Rodgers.

  31. mrdarkness13 says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:07 am
    thedudefile says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:31 am
    If Rodgers is too injured to play Sunday, then he should never of touched the field of play in the 2nd half of last week game. I cannot believe the many Packer fans on PFT insisting Rodgers play because it’s the Vikings. As a Bears fan that’s still in shock over last weeks mess, I’m more dismayed that the Packers would even consider putting their best QB ever in danger of further harm. Why is it so hard to understand?
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    As I posted in another thread. Rodgers, the Packers and especially the Packer fans want redemption and vindication because those mean Vikings broke his collarbone last year and end our Super Bowl run and their chance at a ring. They are so blinded with this vindication and redemption that’s its clouding their judgement. So if Rodgers plays and if they win the game and it comes out Monday he hurt it further or gets a separated shoulder, well their season is pretty much done. I’m not a huge fan of Rodgers but I do not like seeing players get hurt or in this case hurt further. Is it worth a whole season just to play him in one game? Me thinks not.
    I get it the Packers would a game behind the Vikings – but its only week two for the love of Pete. If the Packers are serious about making a Super Bowl run, you sit Rodgers and work with Kizer’s strengths if any.
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    Agree with you 100%, if he is hurt don’t risk the future for one game at the beginning of the year. As much as it would hurt me to say this, but let the Vike’s have this one and bragging rights till the next match up.

  32. ackattack22 says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:52 am
    Today Packer fans are saying things like “Even a one-legged Rodgers can beat the Vikings” or “An injured Rodgers is still 100x better than a healthy Cousins” or “Rodgers will have a field day against that over-rated Vikings D that lost the NFC championship game”.

    Monday morning Packer fans will be saying “The only reason the Vikings won is because Rodgers wasn’t 100%” or “If Rodgers would have been healthy the Pack would have won” or “The Packers never should have played Rodgers with only one good leg”.

    Bottom line, if you think that putting an injured Rodgers on the field on Sunday guarantees a win over the Vikings on Sunday, then you can’t use the injured excuse on Monday if they lose.

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    and you can’t use the excuse of it being the refs fault on Monday morning if the Vikings lose, correct?

  33. rho1953 says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:36 am
    As important as this game is, it is more important to have him healthy and at full strength through the rest of the season. They are playing a known cheapshot team that can’t win playing clean football. Better not risk it.

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    HAHAHAHA What about Clay Matthews taking a cheap shot at Mister Biscuit? Gave the bears a fresh set of down when the Packers D held them on 4th down? What did he think they wouldn’t call it? Packers didn’t win that game, they escaped.

  34. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:25 am
    It doesn’t matter. I’ve been assured that the Packers have the best roster in the NFL, with or without Rodgers. Should be a cakewalk for the Packers, which will make Florio’s week.

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    No one has said this. Stop lying.

  35. This game is incredibly important for the Packers because it’s a home game. The next game between these teams will be at US Bank Stadium and the Vikings are very likely to win that one. If the Packers lose this week and they assume they’ll lose in Minnesota, they will essentially be three games behind the Vikings because of the tiebreaker, and it’s only Week 2! That’s why Rodgers is playing.

  36. rho1953, “known cheap shot team that can’t win playing clean football. Better not risk it.”

    Clearly you didn’t watch the Packers last game, what do you call Clay Mathews pathetic excuse of a late hit at the end of the game?

    The call goes both ways, Barr’s hit last season, no flag. Clay’s play this year was flagged and could have lost the game for you, also lucky Kyle Fuller can’t catch a football!
    You’ll be weeping in your pillow come Sunday dinner time!

  37. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:50 am
    This game is incredibly important for the Packers because it’s a home game. The next game between these teams will be at US Bank Stadium and the Vikings are very likely to win that one.

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    why? Because Cousins will have somehow figured out how to play well against a team with a winning record?

  38. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:50 am
    This game is incredibly important for the Packers because it’s a home game. The next game between these teams will be at US Bank Stadium and the Vikings are very likely to win that one. If the Packers lose this week and they assume they’ll lose in Minnesota, they will essentially be three games behind the Vikings because of the tiebreaker, and it’s only Week 2! That’s why Rodgers is playing.

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    I see you have already won all of the other divisional games given your predictions for 1st place in the NFC North…nice approach. Do you even need to play any other teams in the NFL, or should you just start planning the parade?

  39. tylawspick6 says:

    September 14, 2018 at 10:26 am

    The drama is unreal from Green Bay
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    The drama from you is unreal. lol

  40. Brad B says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:39 am
    Hogwash. Rumors persist that Danica Patrick will carry Rodgers in as he gazes up into the stands with his big cow eyes. She will place him at the 50 yard line, and then the clouds will split and Coach Lombardi will descend from the heavens. He will touch Erin Rodgers leg and he will proceed to electrify the Lambeau faithful once again.

    Drama. Queen.
    ***************************************************************************
    Best post of the day! Literally laughed out loud when I read this

  41. tylawspick6 says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:26 am
    The drama is unreal from Green Bay

    Dumb comment.

    1) The guy really was injured
    2) As long as the rules permit, team do and should be cagey about who is on the field.
    3) Bill B does it all the time. Refer back to the first section of #2.

  42. nhpats says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:42 am
    Ron Jull says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:33 am
    nhpats :

    About 30 teams in the league have a better QB than the Vikings….

    Dallas doesnt, lol

    ————

    I said 30…..not 31

    I’m sorry I think this is funny lol

  43. Oddly enough, I agree with the Viking fans on this one, “With Rodgers, the Packers can, and should, win the game.” I mean they could win, but should? This is the NFL and you are as good as what you did on the field and last year, the Packers lost twice. Its up to the Packers to reverse this trend but again, that only happens on the field, not on paper and not based on what the Packers did last week vs. the last place Bears.

    Viking fans have every right to be upset for what is perceived lack of respect.

  44. He will play. And the first time he throws a pass, you will see a yellow hanky, and hear the words, “personal foul, looking at the passer, 15 yard penalty, automatic 1st down. Numbers 97, 93, 98, and 99 have been ejected, and shall be drawn and quartered.”

  45. “Packers fans are insisting that he needs to play”

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    No, we “insist” on nothing. We know the only person that can clear him to play is the Packers highly respected team doctor Patrick McKenzie.

    If doctor McKenzie clears him to play then yes we TRUST THE DOC’s clearance and want Aaron out there 100%. It is looking like Doc McKenzie cleared him already or it is going to happen soon. Sorry that we trust our team physician more than a bunch of Vikings trolls in a comments section👌

    The Vikings fans that think they know more than a MD are hilarious. And even more hilarious is them trying to act like they care about the Packers season and that’s the reason they don’t want him to play😃

    Why can’t Vikings fans admit that they don’t want him to play because if he does it lessens their chances of winning the game? Is that so hard for some of you to admit? My god😄 I applaud the few Vikings that have admitted the above in other threads.

    Packers fans openly admit that if Dr. McKenzie says it is ok if he plays then we want him playing because he gives us the best chance to win the game.

    Can we get to the game already!👏🏈

    Let’s do this!

    #100Seasons

    #TitleTown

    #2018GBPackers

    #TrustTheDOCNotTheTrolls

  46. Rodgers will play. McCarthy knows where his bread is buttered, and it’s not on a Kizer roll. The guy is basically Rich Kotite without Rodgers and his track record proves it.

  47. Ron Jull says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:24 am
    Bye bye collarbone….again….

    close call as to who the biggest diva is : Ben “I gotta find a way to play” Rapelesberger or Erin “no way Im sitting” Rawwwwgers.

    Both these clowns make a hangnail look like a career ender, then find a miraculous way to take the field.

    Vikings 38
    Packer – 17
    Erin Rawger – 30 million dollar waterboy. Well done Green Bay, well done.

    *****

    I don’t see the Vikings putting up 38 on the Packers in Lambeau. Vikes haven’t done that since 09. Shoot. They only put up 16 against them in Lambeau last year. Its a tough environment for a road team. I still think they find a way to win though.

  48. freefromwhatyouare says:
    September 14, 2018 at 12:26 pm
    “Packers fans are insisting that he needs to play”

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    No, we “insist” on nothing. We know the only person that can clear him to play is the Packers highly respected team doctor Patrick McKenzie.

    If doctor McKenzie clears him to play then yes we TRUST THE DOC’s clearance and want Aaron out there 100%. It is looking like Doc McKenzie cleared him already or it is going to happen soon. Sorry that we trust our team physician more than a bunch of Vikings trolls in a comments section👌

    The Vikings fans that think they know more than a MD are hilarious. And even more hilarious is them trying to act like they care about the Packers season and that’s the reason they don’t want him to play😃

    ***

    I’m trying to figure out where you’re getting the sense Vikings fans have claimed they know more than the team MD.

  49. “Did you notice last Sunday when Rogers returned to the game, that after a bad throw he’d limp back to the huddle, but when he connected with his receiver for a nice gain, he literally skipped like a little kid back to the huddle? I’m warning you guys, Rogers is faking it. Don’t fall victim to his theatrics.”

    He did this in the NFC Championship game a few years back too. Had no limp the entire game. Then after the Packers blew their lead and their odds of winning went from 99% to 1%, he was limping around like 90 year old man, just to make sure you knew how injured he was. Really can’t stand this dude.

  50. nhpats says:
    September 14, 2018 at 12:01 pm

    Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:50 am
    This game is incredibly important for the Packers because it’s a home game. The next game between these teams will be at US Bank Stadium and the Vikings are very likely to win that one.

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    why? Because Cousins will have somehow figured out how to play well against a team with a winning record?
    ______________

    Oh, is that a thing? Cousins doesn’t know how to play well against teams with a winning record?

    Cousins played 10 games against teams with winning records last year and his passer rating was 102.7. That seems pretty good. He had 322 yards, 69%, 3 TDs, and 0 Ints in a 34-31 loss at New Orleans. He had 303 yards, 75%, 3 TDs, and 1 Int in a 34-24 loss at Philadelphia. He had 327 yards, 58%, 1 TD, 1 Int, and 2 rushing TDs in a 38-30 loss to Minnesota. He also had passer ratings over 90 in wins at LA Rams and at Seattle.

    So it seems like he knows how to play well against winning teams. Maybe the average of 30.0 points given up by the defense has something to do with the poor record.

    By the way, if we go back to 2016, Cousins had 375 yards, 70%, 3 TDs, 0 Int, and a 145.8 passer rating against the Green Bay Packers, who I believe had a winning record that year.

  51. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    September 14, 2018 at 12:49 pm
    nhpats says:
    September 14, 2018 at 12:01 pm

    Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    September 14, 2018 at 11:50 am
    This game is incredibly important for the Packers because it’s a home game. The next game between these teams will be at US Bank Stadium and the Vikings are very likely to win that one.

    —–

    why? Because Cousins will have somehow figured out how to play well against a team with a winning record?
    ______________

    Oh, is that a thing? Cousins doesn’t know how to play well against teams with a winning record?

    Cousins played 10 games against teams with winning records last year and his passer rating was 102.7. That seems pretty good. He had 322 yards, 69%, 3 TDs, and 0 Ints in a 34-31 loss at New Orleans. He had 303 yards, 75%, 3 TDs, and 1 Int in a 34-24 loss at Philadelphia. He had 327 yards, 58%, 1 TD, 1 Int, and 2 rushing TDs in a 38-30 loss to Minnesota. He also had passer ratings over 90 in wins at LA Rams and at Seattle.

    So it seems like he knows how to play well against winning teams. Maybe the average of 30.0 points given up by the defense has something to do with the poor record.

    By the way, if we go back to 2016, Cousins had 375 yards, 70%, 3 TDs, 0 Int, and a 145.8 passer rating against the Green Bay Packers, who I believe had a winning record that year.

    ——-

    I remember when you used to get this same warm fuzzy feeling about Bridgewater,

    Or was it Bradford?

    Keenum maybe?

    I can’t keep up with your QB infatuations. The one that never goes away though is Rodgers.

  52. @13 World Championships

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    Vikings fans saying “It would be stupid if the Packers let Aaron play” which has been said in several threads is implying they know more than the team doctor who will/has cleared him to play. If he plays then Dr. Pat McKenzie does not think it’s “stupid” for him to play.

    Moving on…..👏

    Time for some football!🏈

    24 hours to Wisconsin vs. BYU at The Camp!

    Less than 48 hrs to Vikings vs. Packers at Legendary Lambeau Field.

    #OnWisconsin!

    #GoPackGo!

  53. All I do is defend quarterbacks when I see criticism of them as being unfair. I don’t criticize Rodgers because I think he’s the best quarterback in the history of the NFL. I’ve said it many times. I like Bridgewater a lot because I think he has potential to be good and he’s a nice guy. I criticized Keenum more than most Viking fans because I didn’t think he could sustain the level of performance he had last year, even though he also is a great guy. I never could get excited about Bradford until Week 1 last year, and that didn’t last long.

    Regarding Cousins, I’m just presenting the numbers to make an internet troll look bad. Can you argue with them?

  54. Kizer has been praying like he can walk on water with the faith that aaron will play and save him from the inevitable future running from the Vikings defense

  55. Erin Rogers has become a petty, spiteful, arrogant buffoon. He’ll play. He is the head coach and GM of the team and he’ll get his way or he’ll throw a tantrum at mid field.

  56. “With Rodgers, the Packers can, and should, win the game”, well I didn’t realize the Vikings are unlikely to beat the powerhouse Packers if a hobbled Rogers plays. I guess he does walk on water.

  57. freefromwhatyouare says:
    September 14, 2018 at 1:37 pm
    @13 World Championships

    ============

    Vikings fans saying “It would be stupid if the Packers let Aaron play” which has been said in several threads is implying they know more than the team doctor who will/has cleared him to play. If he plays then Dr. Pat McKenzie does not think it’s “stupid” for him to play.

    Moving on…..👏

    Time for some football!🏈

    24 hours to Wisconsin vs. BYU at The Camp!

    Less than 48 hrs to Vikings vs. Packers at Legendary Lambeau Field.

    #OnWisconsin!

    #GoPackGo!

    **

    I would imagine several doctors could/would give clearance to play while agreeing that his recovery chances are better if he didn’t play. Just because an MD says he can, doesn’t mean he should.

  58. Like I said, w a Gr 2/1 knee sprain & esp a torn meniscus, the guy WILL BE immobile as it takes 4-6 wks of rest to heal. If he isn’t immobile, the injury was a ruse, a way for him to not only be a hero, but to have excuses and save face if he fails against the Vikings + garners ref &!eague office sympathy. I’m telling you, like trump, this diva KNOWS how to keep himself in the headlines. “Walk on water”?. . . I bet Rodgers not only loved that, he believes it. Good going cheesehead fans & the media. You’ve all created a big-headed monster, and that will be his downfall this week.

    Hello Kizer.

  59. I think everyone is missing the real question about Sunday’s big game. Who will throw more touchdown passes to Vikings players…Kirk Cousins or DeShone Kizer?

  60. “Without him, DeShone Kizer would likely see his record as a starter to match the 0-16 mark the Browns generated in his rookie year.”

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    So if Kizer plays this week, the Vikings are gonna give him another 16 L’s on his record?

  61. reapshavocblog says:
    September 14, 2018 at 10:36 am
    The only position the packers have that is better then the vikings is at quarterback.

    ——————————————————

    I’m a Packers fan, and I agree with your statement. However, the Packers quarterback is literally the best QB that has ever stepped foot on a football field. He’s a bigger advantage than you might think…

  62. Vikings are a cheap shot team? May I remind you Cheeseheads who knocked out AP, TWICE, with knee injuries. I’ll give you a clue: He flips around his long hair like he’s in a perpetual shampoo commercial and his play stinks.

  63. I hope he’s able to limp to the sidelines after every play while the Vikings are running circles around themselves trying to catch up with him just to get a hit.

  64. Play or not….after the game he will go home and lay on his bed, made of 100 dollar bills with his race car driving babe of a girlfriend…can’t stand him but I would trade places with him in a second

  65. “Viking fans have every right to be upset for what is perceived lack of respect.”

    It’s not a lack of respect. It’s just getting a rise out of Vikings fans. He knows how easy it is to do, and seems to get a kick out of it like the rest of us.

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