Aaron Rodgers' season started with a knee injury and ended with a concussion.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback left Sunday's season finale against the Detroit Lions after just three series. He took a hard hit on his first dropback of the game, got sacked by linebacker Jarrad Davis and lost his helmet on the play. He stayed in for two more series before he walked to the locker room with a member of the medical staff.
It's at least the third known concussion of Rodgers' NFL career. He suffered two during the 2010 season, the year in which the Packers won the Super Bowl. He did not miss a game after his first concussion, which occurred in Week 5. He missed one game later in the year after he sustained a concussion in Week 14 at Detroit.
GB QB Aaron Rodgers - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 17 vs. Detroit Lions
If you were patient -- and survived -- with Aaron Rodgers in your lineup, it was paid back last week with a 442-yard, two-touchdown effort in which he also ran for 32 yards and a pair of scores, as well. It was a monster game, one that reminded us of just how good Rodgers can be. He's owned Detroit over the years and should be a strong QB1 play again as the Packers try to finish strong.