Rodgers completed 22/43 passes for one touchdown and one interception in Green Bay's 13-17 loss to the Bears. Rodgers continued to struggle in a prime time game in Lambeau where you would normally expect him to put up impressive numbers. It was a rainy night in Green Bay and the weather did lead to a number of drops from Packer receivers. Rodgers will look to get back on track when Green Bay travels to Detroit for another prime time game next Thursday.
Rodgers completed 16 of 34 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 30-13 win at Minnesota. In a tough matchup against a good defense, Rodgers didn't complete a lot of passes, but made some big throws, including a gorgeous 27-yard touchdown to James Jones in the fourth quarter. Rodgers' streak of two 300-yard passing games came to an end, and was held to two or fewer touchdowns for the eighth time this season, but the offense functioned a bit better, as Eddie Lacy got back on track by rumbling for a season-high 100 yards on 22 carries. The veteran QB should find things easier next week, facing the Bears at Lambeau Field.
Rodgers (shoulder) is active for Sunday's contest in Minnesota, Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin reports. The Packers' offense has been in disarray for three consecutive games, and to make matters worse, Rodgers landed on the injury report this week with a right shoulder issue. Neither Rodgers nor head coach Mike McCarthy expressed worry about his Week 11 availability, which cleared up following full practices Thursday and Friday. However, the matchup with the Vikings presents all manner of obstacles, namely an eighth-ranked pass defense that can ably match up with Randall Cobb, Davante Adams, and company.
Rodgers (shoulder) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Rodgers was limited at Wednesday's practice but then logged full sessions Thursday and Friday. His shoulder appears to be a non-issue, but the same can't be said of Green Bay's recent offensive performance. The matchup is also difficult, with the Vikings sporting a strong pass rush and allowing just 6.9 yards per pass attempt. Of course, this is still Aaron Rodgers we're dealing with, so a big game wouldn't surprise anyone.
Rodgers (shoulder) was a full practice participant Thursday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. In the portion of practice open to the media, Rodgers made fewer throws than normal, but the ones he did take included their usual zip. He was also able to make throws moving at full speed, indicating that his right shoulder injury shouldn't be a concern Sunday at Minnesota. Backing up those sentiments was his "no worries" comment Wednesday, which was followed by head coach Mike McCarthy noting "no concern" about Rodgers' ability to suit up in Week 11, according to Vic Ketchman of the Packers' official site.
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