GREEN BAY, Wis. -- In this week's meeting with the media, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers talked about facing the Minnesota Vikings this weekend, getting Jordy Nelson back, his level of trust in the team's running backs, and more.
Five question-and-answer highlights:
1. What is the locker-room mentality right now heading into the final regular-season game?
RODGERS: We're in a position right now to control our fate to get the No. 2 seed with a win. Tough environment; it's always difficult playing a division opponent on the road. They have a very loud crowd and a distinct home-field advantage. We need to make them one-dimensional and that's going to be done by scoring some points early, trying to take the crowd out of it a little bit and trying to make them throw the ball and beat us.
2. What sticks out to you most in thinking about the last game against the Vikings on Dec. 2?
RODGERS: We didn't do a whole lot on offense. Their defense played pretty good...