Rodgers to play

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How do I know this with such certainty? I don’t, I’m just practicing my assertiveness. But I really do think he’s going to play after reading this from jsonline. If he weren’t ready or close to ready to play, I don’t think Rodgers would make the trip. He’s making the trip. If he weren’t going to play, he probably wouldn’t have spent time reviewing any film – which it sounds like he did. And Harrell would have been activated for sure if there were truly a question about Rodgers. (By the way, I think Harrell ought to be activated no matter what – even if Rodgers plays, we’d be just a couple unfortunate hits away from having someone like Greg Jennings at QB.

I think McCarthy is taking full advantage of this opportunity to act like Belichick.

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4 Responses to “Rodgers to play”

  1. lame Says:

    WOW… way to drive traffic to your crappy site with deliberately misleading headlines.

  2. TheChoj Says:

    or not….I really like your optimism, though, I was holding out hope…

    Packers QB Aaron Rodgers declared out
    By Tom Silverstein of the Journal Sentinel

    Dec. 18, 2010 11:14 a.m. |(9) Comments

    Providence, R.I. – Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been ruled out of Sunday’s game and backup Matt Flynn will start against the New England Patriots Sunday, a club spokesman said when reached by telephone this morning.

    The Packers took a very cautious approach with Rodgers this week following his second concussion of the season, the latter of which was suffered against Detroit last Sunday. Rodgers did not practice all week, took part only in a brief amount of meeting time Friday and was a long shot to play.

    Coach Mike McCarthy declared early this week that he would leave it up to the medical staff to decide on whether Rodgers was healthy enough to start.

    Later today, the Packers are expected to elevated practice squad quarterback Graham Harrell to the 53-man roster.

    Safety Anthony Smith (ankle) will be placed on injured reserve to make room for Harrell.

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