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McCarthy would sit Rodgers again in meaningless Lions game

8:16 AM, Mar. 29, 2012

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PALM BEACH, Fla. - The next time a Mike McCarthy-coached team has homefield advantage wrapped up with one game to go in the regular season - if there is a next time - don't expect him to play his starting quarterback in a meaningless game.

Of all the things that went wrong for the Green Bay Packers in their playoff loss to the New York Giants, McCarthy doesn't believe any of it was caused by his decision to sit Aaron Rodgers in the Week 17 game against the Detroit Lions. Though the Packers won the regular-season finale behind a record-setting day by backup quarterback Matt Flynn, Rodgers and the ...

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