Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn tries to gain yards against Chicago Bears' Charles Tillman during their Christmas Day game at Lambeau Field in Green Bay.
Matt Flynn may play his final regular season game in a Packers uniform Sunday. The backup quarterback is expected to get significant time in the regular-season finale against the Lions with home-field advantage locked up.
Despite just one career start, Flynn could be in line for a lucrative free-agent contract and the chance to compete for a No. 1 job next year. He has a strong reputation around the league and has developed under the same tutelage as Aaron Rodgers.
Sunday is likely Flynn's last chance to make an impression on teams who will be in the market for a quarterback in 2012. He knows it's ...