By ROB REISCHEL
Peter. Jesus. And Aaron Rodgers.
That’s the way Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer sees it.
When Zimmer was asked Wednesday if he expected Rodgers to be quarterbacking the Green Bay Packers Sunday, he reached into the New Testament for his answer.
“Yeah, well, you know he walks on water,” Zimmer said of Rodgers. “So I’m sure he’s going to play.”
Packers doctor Pat McKenzie has the final say, though. And while it’s a good bet Rodgers will try playing with a sprained knee, it’s anything but a certainty.
Rodgers, who injured his left knee in the Packers’ 24-23 ...
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