Packers superstar QB Aaron Rodgers announced that he suffered a fractured toe on November 28th against the LA Rams. Despite this, the reigning NFL MVP continues his dominant play.
Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are coming off a 45-30 divisional win against their longtime rival, Chicago Bears. Rodgers posted 341 yards along with 4 passing touchdowns in the win.
Since the announcement of his injury, Rodgers has played in four games and has thrown for 10 touchdowns while throwing only 1 interception.
The league MVP does not seem phased by his injured toe while on the field, but he has been more vocal about the status of the injury as of late. Rodgers stated that the week 13 BYE helped the progress on his toe, but also stated that during the game against Chicago, he re-injured the pinky toe.
Rodgers hinted at the possibility of undergoing surgery to repair the toe, but he considers that to be his, “last resort for sure.”. Rodgers is optimistic that he will be able to suit up on Sunday against the Ravens who may be without star quarterback Lamar Jackson.