GREEN BAY, Wis. (WSAW) -- Aaron Rodgers and the Packers found themselves down 20-0 to the Bears on Week 1 of the NFL season. Not to mention, Rodgers injured his leg early in the game.
Rodgers came back and rallied the team to a 24-23 win over the Packers long time rival.
Little did people know that Rodgers was dealing with a tibial plateau fracture and an MCL sprain.
"My two bones that come together on the outside made an indent fracture," Rodgers said on "Wilde and Tausch". "The good thing was it’s not super weight bearing but there’s definitely some moves that affected it."
The injury obviously affected Rodgers throughout the season.
Then, there was the concussion in Week 17 vs. the Lions.
Rodgers said that it was "scary", and that his vision was drastically reduced, and it was the first time he's ever taken himself out of a game.