Packers will not change offense despite Aaron Rodgers injury

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The Packers will not change their offensive game plan despite the partially torn calf of quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Rogers has a partially torn left calf which made him limited for Thursday’s practice session. The Packers did not practice on Friday but will return to practice on Saturday for their Divisional Round game against the Cowboys.

Given that the injury to Rodgers is on his left, non-plant leg, there is no reason to believe the Packers will do anything different. Rodgers will have full control on driving the ball.

The Packers could use the shotgun formation more on Sunday.