BY ROB REISCHEL
Last Wednesday, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told the world, “I’m not coming back to save this team.”
Most people scoffed.
The general belief was Rodgers would trade his No. 12 for an ‘S’, and the Packers’ version of Superman would guide his team to the postseason.
Turns out Rodgers was right all along. The Packers couldn’t be saved, and certainly not with Rodgers far from his best.
Rodgers, making his first appearance since breaking his right collarbone on Oct. 15, couldn’t throw the deep ball with his normal zest. His accuracy wasn’t as razor sharp as usua...
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