The Green Bay Packers lost to the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday, causing them to miss out on securing the No. 2 seed in the NFC Playoffs and a first round bye. That loss to the Vikings sets up a first round playoff matchup with their NFC North rival, only this time, a couple of things will be different.
First off, this game will be played at Lambeau Field. The Packers have had great success at home against the Vikings, especially in the postseason. But that may not be the biggest change for Green Bay this coming Saturday night in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs.
All-Pro cornerback Charles Woodson has finally been cleared to play for the Packers on Saturday night after breaking his collarbone back during the team’s Week 7 games of the 2012 season. It was the same collarbone he injured in the team’s Super Bowl win a couple of years ago.
Woodson was hoping to play for Green Bay as soon as Week 14 or 15, but the Packers decided to hold him out longer, opting to err on the side o...