Green Bay Packers nation is waiting with baited breath for updates on Aaron Rodgers latest injury.
Rodgers injured his calf early in the 1st quarter when he hit Davante Adams with a 66-yard touchdown pass.
The star quarterback has already been dealing with a bad hamstring, suffered in the win versus the Texans.
In a news conference following the game, Rodgers didn’t have much to say about the injury, but did admit he was “possibly” compensating to protect his left hamstring.
“I threw a touchdown pass and my calf started hurting me,” Rodgers said.
“It’s hard to tell, it just happened. We’ll give you a better update on Wednesday.”
Despite the injury, Rodgers put up some eye-popping numbers on Sunday, going 18-of-23 for 246 yards, three touchdowns and a 150.8 passer rating
Imagine if he was healthy.