Aaron Rodgers Toe Surgery:- According to Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will not have surgery on his broken toe during the team’s next bye week. We anticipate that Rodgers’ toe will mend and improve during the course of the team’s bye week in Week 13.
According to reports, Rodgers has participated in two games this season with a fractured toe. The injury occurred when he was confined at home with COVID-19. Despite losing to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11 by a score of 34-31 and defeating the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday by a score of 36-28, he played well in both games.
Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, after the Green Bay Packers defeated the Los Angeles Rams 36-28 on November 28, 2021. Aaron Rodgers, # 12 of the Green Bay Packers, walks off the field after the victory. Aaron Rodgers spoke up about anything pinkie-toe-related on Tuesday.
His stats against the Vikings were 385 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions, and 307 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions versus the Rams were the same. He did need treatment during the Vikings game after having his toe stomped on during the first half, but he was able to return to the field after halftime with no obvious issues after that.
According to Rodgers, “I certainly felt better this Monday as opposed to the previous Monday.” “It’s the same with this Tuesday as it was with last Tuesday.” “The procedure would render the toe immobile.” That would be a problem for the whole season. Rodgers said. “I would be able to prevent any additional dislocation, but it would paralyse the toe.” However, we’re hoping that by spending a few weeks here, we’ll be able to recuperate enough to prevent having to do that.
Now, later this week and early next week, we’ll reevaluate our options. However, the ultimate objective is to avoid having to have surgery. As time passes, this injury heals a little bit better, and you manage to make it through a few more weeks, you begin to wonder whether it will trouble you during the last few weeks of the season. “
Rodgers passed for 307 yards and two touchdowns, and he added a third touchdown on the run, leading the Packers to a 36–28 victory against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. In the season, he’s completed 66.2 percent of his passes for 2,878 yards, 23 touchdowns, and four interceptions while throwing only four interceptions.
Rodgers stated last week that he had sustained the injury while working out at home during his recent quarantine in the United Kingdom. Despite the injury, Rodgers has managed to perform at an MVP level throughout the season.
In a late-afternoon statement, Packers coach Matt LaFleur said he didn’t know if quarterback Aaron Rodgers was delaying surgery as previously reported, but that his impression was that the quarterback was still collecting information on what to do.
In an interview last week, Rodgers said that there was a mechanism in place that would enable him to return after the bye week, but he gave no indication following the Packers’ victory over the Rams on Sunday that this was still a possibility for him.
According to him, he would undergo testing on Monday, and it’s likely that he or the Packers’ medical staff would need numerous physicians to certify that he is making the proper choice not to have the surgery performed.
In the two games since being removed from the Packers’ COVID-19 list, Rodgers has thrown six touchdown passes and just one interception while guiding the Packers to victories against the Seahawks and Vikings. Rodgers put up a season-high 385 passing yards and four touchdown passes against the Vikings in Week 11, yet the Packers fell short.