Aaron Rodgers: Why His Concussion Will Cost the Green Bay Packers the Super Bowl

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Aaron Rodgers: Why His Concussion Will Cost the Green Bay Packers the Super Bowl
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Aaron Rodgers’ status for Week 6 is up in the air after he sustained a concussion on the Packers’ final offensive play in Sunday’s overtime loss to the Redskins.

In a season marred by injuries across the board in Green Bay, the status of the Packers’ superstar quarterback will determine if a trendy Super Bowl pick will instead become a surprising spectator during the postseason.

Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy has indicated Matt Flynn might be under center Sunday at Lambeau field against the Dolphins, and said the team won’t rush Rodgers back to action.

Even when Rodgers is able to return, it might be unrealistic to expect him to hold up for the remainder of the season.

Here’s a look at 10 reasons why Aaron Rodgers’ concussion will keep the Packers out of the Super Bowl.

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