The Packers beat the Bears Sunday after an Aaron Rodgers 60 yard pass to Jordy Nelson put Mason Crosby in position to kick the winning field goal. That was only after John Fox decided to play it safe by not going for the touchdown but then also not play it safe by calling timeouts during the Packers’ last drive. Among that pile of crap comes an interesting note about Rodgers’ health:
“The early indication is he’s better today than he was going into the game,” McCarthy said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. “So we feel good about that.”
It appears the Bears are so bad that they’re actually making opponents feel less injured. Rodgers came into the game with a calf injury, and somehow came out of the game feeling better than he was the day before. Maybe I’m old school, but I feel like the opposing quarterback shouldn’t feel anything on Monday morning because of all the pain killers he needs to take in order to get out of bed.