He had a back issue on Sunday morning, which required immediate treatment on Sunday morning to allow him to play.
“I do have to give a big shout out to [Packers Coordinator of Rehabilitation] Nate Weir and [Packers Chiropractor] Mike Zoelle,” Rodgers said. “I woke up this morning and my back was killing me, it was all locked up. And I came in here early, and I’m thankful for those guys taking care of me in order to go out and play today.”
Obviously Rodgers was able to play and performed well on top of it. The story said most teams will require players to spend Saturday night in a hotel, even for home games, and Rodgers said the bed was uncomfortable. Rodgers seems good to go but back injuries are something that can linger or come out of no where.