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Rodgers (toe) completed 29 of 38 pass attempts for 288 yards and two touchdowns while rushing two times for eight more yards in Sunday's 37-10 rout of the Vikings.

Minnesota's defense was able to contain Rodgers for the first couple drives of the contest, but once the quarterback got rolling, it turned into a landslide victory. Things got so out of hand that backup Jordan Love got to run the offense for the final half of the fourth quarter. Rodgers improved his season total to 3,977 yards with a 69 percent completion rate. The 38-year-old will fall short of his gaudy MVP totals from a year ago, but a sparkling 35:4 TD:INT ratio is the best in the NFL, firmly placing the superstar in the MVP discussion. The Packers have nothing to play for in Week 18 when the team takes on the lowly Lions, so head coach Matt LaFleur may opt to rest his quarterback in order to let his aching toe heal even more before the playoffs.

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