Found October 24, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers is back to playing like an MVP. After a slow start this season, Rodgers has thrown nine touchdown passes and no interceptions in the past two games to lead the Packers to consecutive wins for the first time this year.In his weekly meeting with the media, Rodgers talked about injuries, the struggling running game and how this season is starting to resemble the Packers' Super Bowl season of two years ago.Five question-and-answer highlights:1. Nearly 25 percent of the Packers' roster is on the injury report. How does that impact practices?RODGERS: (Coach) Mike (McCarthy) did a good job of cutting it short, but it's kind of that time of the year. Everybody's a little banged up, kind of looking forward to the bye week. We've got two more (games) left (before the bye). Hopefully we can stay fairly healthy and get some guys back afterward.2. Is there a value in running the ball even if it's not gaining a lot of yards?RODGERS: The val...
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