I don't know. But if I had to guess, I can't imagine he'll be back before the Week 4 bye.
That's a possibility. Even though Rodgers said before the preseason began he was already ready for the regular season. Sure hasn't looked like it.
For sheer sample size, you're right. But that's also true contextually. In five weeks, we very well could look back at last night and think of it nothing more than a great defense playing out of its mind opening a brand-new stadium. That was a tough test for any team coming into that building. The Packers should rebound and play well at home over their next four games. If they don't? Then it's a trend, and that's not good.
Haven't been able to watch the tape yet. It's on my to-do list. I thought Rodgers missed open receivers last night.
Media doesn't get to see the relevant portions of practice once the season begins, so I don't know.
Yeah, that could've been a Kuhn moment. Of course, it doesn't matter if Mike McCarthy just kicks the field goal.
I can't disagree. Certainly comes across that way.
It's almost impossible to know without being inside the huddle and knowing what the defensive play/coverage that's called. Thought there was some soft coverage from the secondary last night, though.
You may be right ... when the secondary doesn't have Sam Shields. Look across the league and tell me what secondary doesn't quickly become average when it loses its top cornerback. True No. 1 corners don't grow on trees. Shields is a huge loss as along as he's out.
It's early, small sample size, but there's a chance you're onto something.
There were a couple times last night that happened, yeah. Even worse, though, is taking a shot play on second-and-long, which happened a couple times last night. Just asking for third-and-long.
Depends. What's your hang time?