The Packers had never before overcome a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit in their 100-year history.
But as Packers fans feared the worst, Rodgers made a surprising return to the field in the second half.
McCarthy wouldn't offer a timeline as to when the Packers might learn more about Rodgers' injury.
Nagy and Vic Fangio deserve credit for calling a masterful first half that put the Packers all the way back against the wall.
After missing all of last season with a shoulder problem, resulting in the Colts winning just four games, the team are sure to have clamped down on their quarterback's off-field adventures - especially as he's on one of the biggest contracts in the league.
"I prepared all offseason for the first game of the season and I wanted to. make an impact", Mack said.
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So the waiting game will continue on whether Rodgers will start against the Vikings for the first time since October 15, 2017 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
"We're paid to deal with injuries and play through 'em", Rodgers said.
"Yeah, I don't have a TV so I didn't watch it", Zimmer said. He also ran for 32 yards on seven carries, including a 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.
He moved in and out of the pocket and escaped the wrath of the Packers' defense to extend drives in the first half.
"You know we talked about finishing and we didn't do that", Nagy said.
The "New" Playbook: With all that transpired Sunday night, it can be easy to forget that the Packers' offense was pretty gross early on.