No QB Rodgers for Packers

Posted Nov 13, 2013

How does Aaron Rodgers' injury affect Sunday's game?

Former NFL and Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers will not play on Sunday when the Packers come to MetLife Stadium to face the Giants. His fractured collarbone and another injury to backup quarterback Seneca Wallace mean Scott Tolzien will make the start for Green Bay.

Meanwhile, the Packers, who finished 20th in rushing last season, now have the ability to rely on their run game. Led by rookie Eddie Lacy’s 669 yards and four touchdowns, Green Bay is fourth in the NFL in yards per carry.

“We’re 3-6,” Antrel Rolle said. “We’re in no way, shape or form going to underestimate anyone. We know exactly who we have ahead of us. I think they have something that they haven’t had there in a long time, which is a run game, and we’re looking forward to playing those guys.”

That leads us to our Morning Debate:

How does the injury to Aaron Rodgers affect the game on Sunday?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.