Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Rodgers to be evaluated today

According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, injured Packers QB Aaron Rodgers will be medically evaluated today. From what I've read, this evaluation will likely decide whether or not Rodgers will play this week, so yea, its result is kinda a big deal. 

In his tweet, Silverstein also mentioned that #12 "has a pretty good idea" on how the evaluation will go. Now since he's been practicing so well lately, I can only believe that he believes it'll go well. But, as always, I could be wrong. Although, as of now, I can't say I know anybody who thinks I am. 


PackFaninFl said...


PackFaninFl said...

I should elaborate, lol. Scary if he doesn't play. I think Pittsburgh is MUCH better than either Atlanta or Dallas, believe it or not.

After starting out the season 0-4, Pittsburgh has really put things together and they are one or two very close, tough/unlucky losses from being a playoff team.

Watch out for Cameron Hayward. He is an absolute BEAST now in his 3rd year. And Antonio Brown is 2nd in receptions in the NFL with 95 this year. He's explosive/great hands. Truly elite receiver.

Pitt likes to run a lot of screen passes and hit TE Heath Miller, so our LBs coverage skills will be tested.

Good news, Woodley is out! That'll give our tackles some relief.

WE MUST have Rodgers back for this game. This is an EXTREMELY dangerous "sandwich game" as well, coming after an emotional win and before a big divisional showdown with Chicago.

Brandon said...

Steelers are better than both Cowboys and/or Falcons, though they're not great either. Unfortunately their D is similar to the Lions, which is a bad sign for Flynn, though their run defense isn't nearly as good. It's not looking good for Rodgers, so they'll win only if Lacy has a big game (very possible) and the Packers D shows up (not nearly as likely).