Green Bay, Wes – When Aaron Rodgers The last time he watched the Chicago Bears, he was telling them and their fans at Soldier Field about the power he had over them with his unforgettable style. “I still have you!” show off After landing another victory for the Green Bay Packers.
Eight weeks later, they met again on Sunday night at Lambeau Field.
When asked if he expected any nonsense speaking or retaliation in return from the Bears players, he made a point to say he directed it toward fans who were “give me a bird”.
Either way, it looks like it won’t change anything about it.
“I don’t know you can ask what I said,” Rodgers said Wednesday. “We got the best of them in the end, I don’t know, 27, 28 times we played with them most of the time… a lot of times in situations like this it would be sloppy talk you used to if you were going after that guy who was talking trash. So it’s In order to talk about trash, you need to have a lot of confidence in what you have accomplished and what you will accomplish in the future.
“At some point, what I said will be used against me – that’s just part of it. But I don’t regret saying what I said, and obviously I think the record sort of speaks for itself. But I understand it. At some point it will be used against me. That’s what it is. .I don’t regret saying it at all.”
Rodgers won five consecutive goals against the Bears and is 22-5 overall as a start against Lakers rival NFC North. It’s the third-best win percentage (.815) by any quarterback with at least 25 starts against one opponent since 1950, behind only Tom Brady Against Buffalo Bills (32-3, .914) and Ben Roethlisberger Against the Cleveland Browns (24-3-1, .875).
“I’m sure they’ll have some comments maybe, but that’s not incorrect,” Packers receiver Davant Adams She said. “It’s not like you can get too upset about the comment 12 people made. It’s what it is. We’ll see if they have anything to say on Sunday.”
Rodgers did not train on Wednesday, and continued in a sitting pattern to rest his broken pinky finger. Coach Matt LaFleur said it was not yet clear if Rodgers would train on Thursday or Friday. Rodgers did not train at all before the last game, the November 28 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
The Packers (9-3) bid farewell last week, and Rodgers opted not to have surgery and instead use rest to see how well the injured toe can recover before running the stretch.
“I have to see how she reacts on Sunday when I get back out there and play,” Rodgers said when asked about the feeling of his toe. “But that was really really positive, it was time to recover and do nothing at the moment for 10 days. This has been really helpful, so hopefully we can get to the other side of this.
“Again, we don’t know until the Sunday after the game and on Monday how she will react to all the recovery that has happened and then the strikes that will happen on Sunday. So we’ll see what happens, how she recovers on Sunday or Monday.”