Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers races off the field after Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field in Green Bay.
If Aaron Rodgers doesn't play a single snap in Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions, at least Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy can't be accused of lying about his quarterback's playing time.
When asked on Friday whether Rodgers would start the meaningless regular-season finale, McCarthy hemmed and hawed without committing to anything.
However, the way he answered the question sure made it seem like there was at least a decent possibility Rodgers wouldn't play at all, meaning Matt Flynn would make his second career start. McCarthy also suggested he would like to get third-string ...