Life without Aaron Rodgers: How Packers can survive — with help

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For the second time in five seasons, the entire state of Wisconsin hinges on a single broken collarbone. One thousand four hundred forty-four days after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone on Monday Night Football in a 2013 loss to the Bears, the Packers’ future Hall of Fame quarterback suffered the same injury to his other clavicle in a brutal loss to the Vikings on Sunday afternoon. The team’s official Twitter account suggested Rodgers could miss the remainder of the season, but unless the Packers get lucky over the next couple of months, it might not matter.

Packers might find it harder to survive Aaron Rodgers’ broken collarbone this time

This is 2013 all over — maybe worse. At least four years ago, Rodgers came back from a broken collarbone in time to get the Packers into the playoffs.

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