Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was unhappy with his own performance in Sunday’s loss to the 49ers.
“Frustrating way to end the season,” Rodgers said, via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “I think a lot of us felt with the way things had gone the last four or five weeks that there was something special about this year, and everything might be aligning right for us to make a run. So, I’m very disappointed. Personally, it’s frustrating not to play your best game. Tough conditions, but the defense held them to 23 points. We should win that game.” Source6 Jan, 08:44 AM
Rodgers finished the game 17-for-26 for 177 yards and one touchdown, giving him a 97.8 quarterback rating. To his defense, it was only his second game back since Week 9, so clearly all the rust was not off him yet. Expect this loss to motivate Rodgers even more this offseason, as he will look to bounce back from a 2013 season he will want to forget. Analyst: Matthew Beck View Profile
Coach Mike McCarthy will have a press conference at 1:15 p.m Central time on Wednesday to announce the status of QB Aaron Rodgers. Source25 Dec, 08:43 PM
There has been no official decision made in terms of Rodgers' availability for Week 17, but he was able to practice in a limited capacity on Wednesday. It is highly unlikely that he plays Sunday, considering he has yet to be medically cleared by team doctors, so expect Matt Flynn to start for the Packers in a crucial divisional matchup against the Bears. Analyst: Matthew Beck View Profile
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday the decision about his playing status this week will come on Thursday.
Coach Mike McCarthy had said on Monday that the Packers plan to announce a decision on Rodgers' status earlier than they did in past weeks. The past two weeks, the Packers waited until Friday to announce that Matt Flynn would be the starting quarterback. Source24 Dec, 04:49 PM