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Packers down, but not out, without Rodgers

It's no surprise that the Packers' chances to win their remaining NFC North games have decreased with the news that Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) could miss the rest of the season. However, FPI still favors Green Bay in all of its remaining division games with Brett Hundley under center -- except Week 17 in Detroit.

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Steelers rebound, Packers tumble in Power Rankings (1:00)
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How Rodgers' injury changes NFC North race

By FPI's measure, the Packers' playoff hopes are cut by more than half with Aaron Rodgers' absence. The Vikings are the primary beneficiary, while the Lions' chances nearly doubled.

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The men behind Aaron Rodgers

The Packers are staying in-house at QB with Rodgers out, relying on a pair of 24-year-olds who had combined for 11 career pass attempts entering Week 6.

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Updated RPM projections: Bucks

Other outlets aren't so optimistic, but real plus-minus pegs Milwaukee as the likeliest team to land the No. 2 seed in the East, ahead of Boston and Washington.

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The KFC Top 5 At 5

Homer and Gabe pick their top five athletes, coaches, or stories of the week, presented by the KFC $5 Fill-Up.

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Packers offensive coordinator Edgar Bennett on Brett Hundley's best attribute: "I think he brings a lot of tools to the table. I think it all starts with his overall preparation and his command in the huddle. You look at the way he's performed in the preseason, I think he's a unique player. Go back to his college days, the plays that he made stood out. We know that we have a player that we have all the confidence in."

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McCarthy says Rodgers will have surgery (0:19)