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Yesterday, was not a fun day to be a Green Bay Packer.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers fell to the Washington Redskins 16-13 in overtime on Sunday.
The loss casts questions about the team many considered to be the NFC’s big boss.
Rodgers suffered a concussion in overtime on Green Bay’s last offensive play and as a result might miss this Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.
He could also be joining teammate Jermichael Finley on the shelf.
The tight end injured his knee yesterday and will be on the shelf for three weeks, according to Packers head coach Mike McCarthy.
As the injuries mount, the Super Bowl is slowly becoming a distant reality for the Packers.