Aaron Rodgers has a history of devastating injuries. Before the 2008 season, many fans were questioning Rodgers' ability to stay healthy, and Rodgers has done nothing to counter those worries.
In 2008, Rodgers suffered a severe shoulder injury in a loss to Tampa Bay. Granted, he didn't miss any playing time, but you could see he was in obvious pain and he was costing his team wins. Green Bay went 6-10 in 2008.
In 2009, Rodgers admitted he almost got hurt in one of the Bears games on a two-point conversion attempt. That was a close call and if Rodgers had gotten hurt, the Packers might not have made it to OT in the Cardinals' playoff loss.
In 2010, Rodgers suffered not one, but two concussions and had to sit out a Week 15 game at New England. Missing that game was unacceptable, and Rodgers has to know better that he can't get hurt before a big game like that.
His lack of awareness is troubling for this Packers team trying to repeat.