GREEN BAY, WI (WHBL) - Quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn shared snaps with the Number-One offense again on Wednesday, as the Packers get ready to host Pittsburgh on Sunday. As of right now, Green Bay needs to win its final two regular season games to clinch the N-F-C North Division and make the playoffs. Rodgers has not been medically-cleared to return from a broken collarbone suffered November 4th. Coach Mike McCarthy rejected the idea that preparing both quarterbacks caused the Packers to struggle in the first half of their last two games, before Flynn led them back to victories over both Atlanta and Dallas. McCarthy said he thought Flynn was ready to play against the Cowboys. Flynn's preparing to make his fourth straight start, as speculation continues over Rodgers' health.
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