They could still go 3-0 over that stretch. Had they won last night they could have easily gone on to an 13-3 record and maybe even the #1 seed.
Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports has subsequently reported that Rodgers is expected to miss 4-6 weeks.
While NFL players often display the ability to heal faster than non-athletes, the ability of human bones to heal doesn’t vary much based on profession or fitness level.
So 4-6 weeks it is, and the real question is whether Rodgers can be ready a few days short of four weeks, so that he can play on Thanksgiving when the Packers visit the Lions.
In an unrelated development, FOX has delivered a case of calcium supplements to Rodgers.
Flynn will be re-signed by the Packers and proceed to throw 9 TDs and 0 INTs in Rodgers' absence. This will make a team sign him to an even larger contract than Seattle did
Flynn will then get beat out in training camp by a rookie QB and released again. Thus having ANOTHER cool $30M in his bank account.