The Green Bay Packers play the Minnesota Vikings this week. There’s a possibility they’ll be playing them without Aaron Rodgers.
Coach Mike McCarthy says Rodgers’ status is uncertain.
McCarthy on Aaron Rodgers' status: We're still collecting all the information. I know Aaron wants to play & is driven to play. No decision has been made.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) September 10, 2018
Rodgers left the win over the Chicago Bears in the second quarter with a knee injury. Then of course he returned and led an epic comeback.
While the Packers and McCarthy aren’t saying much, Rodgers has already said he’s going to play.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 10, 2018
Obviously, we know how conservative the Packers are with injuries. However, if there’s any way Rodgers can go, we expect he will.
If not, the Packers would turn to DeShone Kizer. He was 4-of-7 for 55 yards and an interception against the Bears.
We should know more about the extent of the injury as the week goes on.