Vikings expect to see Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

"But we'll see how that goes", McCarthy said.

Rodgers has been going through his normal week of off-the-field preparation while backups DeShone Kizer and Tim Boyle have taken the actual snaps in practice.

Rodgers called his injury a "sprained knee" on Wednesday. "It's also my duty and job to make sure I'm ready to go just in case he's not".

This has pushed him out of practice on Wednesday that now has the potential to force him to miss Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.

There are two very obvious things to look for when trying to find signs as to whether an important National Football League player will take the field or not. He said after the game that while he had to undergo more tests, he planned on playing against Minnesota.

Rodgers galvanized the Packers in their win Sunday after returning from his injury, and finished the game 20-30 for 286 yards and three touchdowns to zero interceptions.

Unlike an actual line you can bet on, the SuperContest lines are locked in on Wednesday and then don't move again for the rest of the week. He echoed McCarthy by saying it's one day at a time.

Aaron Rodgers amazed the Packers faithful and all of those watching primetime football with his miraculous comeback against the Chicago Bears. He said his knee is still sore, but that it's improving every day. There were a couple throws in which Rodgers said he got a "jolt" of pain after putting weight on his left leg.

Not to mention, if Rodgers were to take the field, he would face off against a tough and loaded Vikings defense, that on paper, would give the signal caller issues throughout the game.

We know Rodgers will be prepared.

"We're taking things day by day".