Aaron Rodgers crumpled to the ground.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback scrambled, pulled up short, and threw a touchdown pass. He hobbled off the field with the help of two trainers. Moments later, he headed into the locker room on a cart. With the Packers up 14-7 on the Detroit Lions with the NFC North on the line, Green Bay looked rudderless.
The last time Green Bay fans winced like this, Rodgers was in a State Farm commercial.
At halftime, speculation ran wild. Would Rodgers return? Would the Packers survive? Is there anything worse than the Discount Double Check?
Those hysterical thoughts were put to rest in the third quarter. Rodgers returned, perfectly lit up like a Lambeau deity. He connected with Randall Cobb to send Green Bay up 21-14 as the third quarter came to a close. In the fourth quarter, Rodgers put the…
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