• Aaron Rodgers lost vision, but sees a new future for himself

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 3, 2012
    “I actually lost vision for a second there,” Rodgers said. “I was obviously happy to see those guys back,” Rodgers said. The refs said Rodgers could have stayed in, but there was a reason he didn’t. “I couldn’t see very well. Rodgers also said he was wearing a microphone for NFL Films during the Saints game, and that microphone picked up some choice comments about the officials. “The way that the reviews have gone now with them reviewing all scoring plays and turnovers as well, you would think that would just continue to encourage a late whistle because if it is ruled a turnover, and there wasn’t a whistle for down by contact, you can go back and review that upstairs and make sure it was a turnover.”
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