The Green Bay Packers probably know whether quarterback Aaron Rodgers is going to play this Sunday, but they are using every allowable minute to keep the Dallas Cowboys—and everybody else—in the dark.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers' status for Sunday remains up in the air with the collarbone injury.
Matt Flynn could start at QB for the Packers for the third straight game on Sunday.
Packers fans may find out more about the status of their starting quarterback on Wednesday.
Edgerton's Ricky Williams and Walworth Big Foot's Gus Wedig were named Monday to the Associated Press' first team.
Mason Crosby kicked three field goals, and Tim Masthay landed a late punt on the one-yard line in Sunday's game.
Though he was somewhat limited, Green Bay running back Eddie Lacy gutted his way through the second half Sunday after twisting his ankle on Green Bay's last play before halftime.
Two turnovers turned into 14 points for the Atlanta Falcons, but Matt Flynn played well in the second half to lead Green Bay to its first Aaron Rodgers-less win.
Tight end Andrew Quarless, pressed into duty by Jermichael Finley's neck injury, scored the game-winning touchdown Sunday against Atlanta.
After winning for the first time in five weeks, the Packers might be poised to challenge the front-running Detroit Lions in the NFC North race.
After ending the first half on a flukey interception returned for a touchdown, the Green Bay Packers shut out the Atlanta Falcons in the second half to win 22-21 Sunday afternoon.
Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers will not play against Atlanta.
The Green Bay Packers will have to try to win for the first time in more than a month without Aaron Rodgers.
Several former bruising NFL running backs are impressed by the Green Bay rookie.
Green Bay players received a wake-up call this week.