Aaron Rodgers: One Day At A Time

Aaron Rodgers: One Day At A Time

Aaron Rodgers: One Day At A Time

But then he backed off that claim later in the week, making no promises about being on the field for the divisional matchup against the risky defensive team (and his first game against Minnesota since he broke his collarbone playing the Vikings last year).

That being said, Rodgers wasn't on the practice field on Wednesday. "This is no layup and that's why it's a day to day situation", McCarthy said, adding that Rodgers is looking to increase his activity Thursday.

Unlike an actual line you can bet on, the SuperContest lines are locked in on Wednesday and then don't move again for the rest of the week. He said it would be accurate to describe his injury as a sprained left knee. He said after the game that while he had to undergo more tests, he planned on playing against Minnesota.

Rodgers walked back out halftime, took over on the first series of the second half and threw three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to rally the Packers from 20 points down to a 24-23 victory. Coach McCarthy has said #12 will be given the entire week to rehab and prepare for the Vikings.

Rodgers said he was feeling progressively better over the last couple days, though still sore.

Rodgers said in his postgame interview Sunday night on NBC that he would play vs. the Vikings, against whom he broke his collarbone a year ago.

Vikings safety Harrison Smith, fresh off an NFC North Player of the Week award, knows just how hard it is going up against Rodgers.

Rodgers, who missed nine games last season because of the broken collarbone, recently signed a record four-year, $134 million extension with $100 million in guarantees.

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