It turns out more than one quarterback was playing with a serious injury in the weekend’s NFL playoff games. Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been nursing a calf injury.
That was John Madden’s reaction to the fourth quarter, fourth down Dez Bryant catch near the goal line that was overturned on replay.
The Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers head into the NFC divisional playoffs with distinct injuries. The Packers are playing with a hurt quarterback and the Cowboys head in a banged up defense. Here is the Cowboys vs. Packers injury report.
In the playoffs, it’s important for a team to have all their playmakers. That’s why earning a first-round bye, like the Denver Broncos did, can set a squad up for success.
The Indianapolis Colts face off against the Denver Broncos in the AFC Divisional round with a healthy roster at just the right time.
The Green Bay Packers begin their playoff season against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday at Lambeau Field and Aaron Rodgers will be a part of it. The MVP favorite quarterback has been nursing a strained calf to his left leg. The Packers list five players on their injury report and the Cowboys list 12 players on theirs.
The Carolina Panthers got through the Wild Card round of the playoffs and are now faced with the defending Super Bowl champions in the divisional round. Luckily, their injuries are nothing but a handful as everyone is needed for the match-up with the Seattle Seahawks.
The Patriots are favored by a touchdown in Saturday’s playoff game against Baltimore in New England. But John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew the Ravens don’t act like underdogs.
We love the NFL because it’s mostly a meritocracy, which brings us to the divisional round, the top shelf of football delicacies.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is nursing a calf injury as he prepares to meet the Cowboys in Sunday’s NFC playoff game at Lambeau Field. “I think the Cowboys have a real […]