By BOB McGINN
The gulf between the Green Bay Packers’ two quarterbacks and the opposition over the last 25 years is as responsible as any factor for why the franchise has remained a consistent winner.
Many fans expect the Packers to be right back among the teams with a double-digit victory total and competing for the Super Bowl next season.
That line of thinking, of course, is incumbent upon quarterback Aaron Rodgers returning from injury, starting all 16 games and reclaiming his lofty status among the game’s greatest players.
If Rodgers isn’t able to carry the Packers on his back, the Pac...
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