By BOB McGINN
Often in sports we build up athletes to be larger than life because we can’t even imagine doing what they do.
On Sunday night at Lambeau Field Aaron Rodgers did what almost every professional football player does over the course of seasons and careers. That is, they play when they’re hurt as long as the risk of further injury is within reason.
But Rodgers, of course, didn’t just play. He performed at a remarkably high level, turning his game and his team completely around, in the Green Bay Packers’ improbable come-from-behind, 24-23 victory over what might be the best sq...
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