Holy crap! The Packers have not had an injury report this short since at least 2006, and everyone is going to start and/or play:
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Friday Participation||Friday Status|
|Desmond Bishop||LB||Hamstring||Full Participation||Probable|
|Chad Clifton||T||Knees||Full Participation||Probable|
|Aaron Rodgers||QB||Right Shoulder||Limited Participation||Probable|
|Charles Woodson||CB||Toe||Full Participation||N/A|
If the Packers lose on Sunday, it won't be due to injuries. Minnesota's injury list is short, only four players are listed, but it includes one big name, DE Jared Allen. He's got a severe sprain, but all sprains are really tears, just less severe. He's not expected to play, he's listed as doubtful (<75%), but even if he does then it will be like playing with one arm. At the very least, the Pro Bowl version of Jared Allen will not be playing on Sunday. That alone won't tip the game in favor of the Packers, but it doesn't help Minnesota.
Does the loss of Jared Allen help the Packers?
Yes, their pass rush is done without him (27 votes)
No, Chad Clifton would have stopped him anyway (11 votes)
38 total votes