I can't say that for sure. I think only the medical staff can. But my best guess is yet.
Sorry to bury your hopes, but no.
A backup to Rodgers for next season. He has done nothing to make anyone hand the Packers a decent draft pick.
Oh no, I've seen far worse than this. I'd have to do a little research but I know I've seen worse than this.
Very questionable. A lot depends on whether they draft someone or look for someone else in free agency. Based on his injuries, I don't think so.
I am surprised they took a chance on him knowing he had some issues with the shoulder, but they wouldn't have drafted him unless Pat McKenzie said the injury wasn't that serious. He gave them 9 good games and that's more than a lot of rookies give. Assuming they can repair what's wrong, it still has a chance to be a good pick.
Packers definitely need the Vikings to beat Carolina.
I don't presume to know all the things that go into each play call, but I know there are tons of things that go into it. I don't think the guy is inept like a lot of people think. If you go around the league every fan base thinks their play caller stinks.
Well, it's the biggest game this week because if they win, the biggest game is against Carolina. And if they get through that it's Minnesota. But i hear what you're saying
I think Andy Reid wanted to do things his way and I think Dorsey might have overplayed his hand with his contract situation.
I'd have to think there would be some changes, but I wouldn't bet on it. They'll be able to use the Rodgers excuse as a reason for the poor season.
Ultimately, quarterbacks are judged on passing. That's a fact of life in the NFL. Hundley adds something with his running, but if he were really good throwing we wouldn't even be talking about him as a read-option threat.
Um, no, I don't think so.
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