Packers' Rodgers suffers broken collarbone vs. Vikings, could miss rest of season

Packers' Rodgers suffers broken collarbone vs. Vikings, could miss rest of season

Packers' Rodgers suffers broken collarbone vs. Vikings, could miss rest of season

So, after Rodgers went back to the locker room with an injury to his throwing shoulder after taking a hit from Vikings LB Anthony Barr, Packers fans were completely composed and did not overreact in the slightest. This is of particular interest to the Pittsburgh Steelers on a couple of levels.

At least four years ago, Aaron Rodgers came back from his broken collarbone in time to get the Green Bay Packers into the playoffs. You can't overlook a gift like that.

Rodgers was 2 of 4 for 18 yards when the injury happened.

Matt Flynn, Scott Tolzien and Seneca Wallace were forced to fill in while Rodgers was out in 2013. The Packers later tweeted that Rodgers could miss the rest of the regular season.

Harrison Smith, Xavier Rhodes and Trae Waynes all picked off Hundley. If they do indeed get to the post season, they now very well might not have to worry about Rodgers being there.

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Rodgers suffered the injury in the first quarter of the game against Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

"Losing Aaron Rodgers speaks for itself", Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. Green Bay also lost starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga, who had just returned from an ankle injury, to a concussion.

The Packers were already without injured defensive defensive backs Kevin King, Davon House and Morgan Burnett and linebackers Joe Thomas and Ahmad Brooks.

It's not like they have an unstoppable running game for Hundley to rely on, either. "Rodgers is the best, but we still have to go out there and contain and play sound football".

Maybe the outlook won't appear to gloomy when the sting of this day wears off, but if the Packers can't beat with a team quarterbacked by Keenum who was without his best receiver (Stefon Diggs), then maybe this will be even worse than 2013.

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