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That Aaron Rodgers did not get a final opportunity to pull off another final drive victory on Sunday was demoralizing for Green Bay Packers fans. For the Chico , California native, it had to be just as frustrating not to be able to display two-minute heroics in front of a home-state audience that has witnessed Rodgers’ success at all levels. Even in college, Rodgers propelled a Cal Golden Bears team to a 4-2 record against intrastate rivals USC, UCLA, and Stanford during the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Rodgers’ performance before he was replaced due to injury in a three-overtime win over Southern California in 2003 was during the height of the Trojan dynasty and it was USC’s only loss of the season. Although the Golden Bears lost the following year in the rematch, Rodgers still completed 85% of his 34 passes in the top-ten showdown. As a professional, Number 12 has also been reliable against California-based squads, though quarterback wins may be a debatable statistic. The Packers under Rodgers carry a 2-0 regular season record against both the Oakland Raiders and the former San Diego Chargers , while owning a 4-2 mark against the San Francisco 49ers. The Packers are also 3-1 on the road in these games with Rodgers at the helm. The Packers had a chance to move to 9-2 against teams in Rodgers’ home state with a win against the Los Angeles Rams. Unfortunately, the team’s first matchup against the Rams since their relocation from St. Louis did not go as planned, and the Packers lost their first game versus a California opponent since September 2013 against the 49ers.Although the Packers have dropped two close playoff contests to the 49ers, the regular season marks have been remarkable for Rodgers. It was just two weeks ago that the franchise quarterback threw for 425 yards and two touchdowns as part of walk-off win over the 49ers, complete with an improbable Rodgers-led final scoring drive. Even with a less Earth-shattering 286 yards and single scoring strike against LA on Sunday, Rodgers’ stats against California teams are enough to win plenty of games. In the 11 regular season matchups, Rodgers has averaged 290 yards, two touchdowns , and a 105.5 quarterback rating as calculated by Pro Football Reference. Only once has Rodgers posted a rating below 93.0, while his 90-plus rating in each of his playoff losses is certainly not a shabby mark either.In many ways, the loss at the hands of the undefeated Rams was a tough pill to swallow. The Packers battled in a seesaw game for 58 minutes only to be eliminated by an unfathomable special teams blunder. They fell to 3-3-1 as they near the mid-season point with another difficult road contest awaiting in New England. A win over a dominant NFC foe could have been a momentum swing for Green Bay. But while the Packers took a blow to their postseason chances, Rodgers also suffered an uncommon blemish to his career track record in his home state and missed an opportunity to showcase his last-second skills once again on Fox’s America’s Game of the Week. It was not the prettiest game of the season on Sunday afternoon, but the Green Bay Packers (6-8-1) found a way to knock off the New York Jets, 44-38, to avoid a winless road schedule in 2018 and clinch third place in the division standings.Behind Aaron Rodgers’ 442-yard passing day and two rushing touchdowns, the Packers were able to escape New York with an overtime win despite improbable chances early in the fourth quarter. Green Bay will finish up its schedule with an NFC North tilt against the Detroit Lions next week.Perhaps the more intriguing divisional matchup in Week 17 is Minnesota’s home matchup with Chicago. After the Bears’ ugly win in San Francisco and some Christmas luck for the Vikings in Detroit , each team has its eyes set on the playoffs. While the Bears are locked in and can improve their playoff position next week, the Vikings’ season hinges on their ability to get a win or get help from a down-and-out Arizona squad.Some updates on those scenarios and what’s next for the Lions in today’s rundown.Minnesota Vikings (8-6-1)Won 27-9 at Detroit; Next vs. ChicagoReady or not, Vikings’ playoff fate comes down to final gameWin and they’re in. Minnesota can also clinch a postseason spot if it loses, but could also still earn the fifth spot. Those scenarios can be found in this article.5 Takeaways from the Vikings Win Over the LionsA “Hail Merry Christmas!” worked to perfection for Minnesota, but penalties did not. Those were two observations from Sunday’s game.Vikings WR Laquon Treadwell inactive for Lions gameIn what appeared to be a healthy scratch, the former first round pick Treadwell was inactive once again for the Vikings. The third-year pro would seemingly be on thin "alternativa" in Minnesota.Detroit Lions (5-10)Lost 27-9 vs. Minnesota; Next at Green BayLions assured of last-place finish after loss to VikingsDetroit will officially finish at the bottom of the division for the first time since 2012, thanks in part to finishing on the other end of a converted Hail Mary once again.Detroit Lions stock watch: DeShawn Shead struggles; Zach Zenner doesn’tOne corner looked promising while another was...not so much. Matthew Stafford and the Lions’ wide receivers also struggled as Detroit averaged just 3.6 yards per passing play.Buckle up. The Lions are headed for even more turnover.The Lions were not supposed to be a project when Matt Patricia took over as head coach and recent player comments suggest that not all have bought in to the new regime. More offseason changes look to be around the corner to improve the roster.Chicago Bears (11-4)Won 14-9 at San Francisco; Next at MinnesotaNFL shifts Bears-Vikings start to 3:25 p.m. because of playoff implicationsFive games with playoff implications will be played simultaneously in the later afternoon game next Sunday and the Bears-Vikings matchup will be one of them.Bears need Rams loss in Week 17 to earn first-round playoff byeChicago has minimally secured the NFC’s third seed and will play for a chance to tout a first round bye next Sunday with a win and an LA Rams loss.Bears-49ers postgame: Bears win ugly in 14-9 nail biterA mini brawl and “cute” offensive tricks were two of the quick-hitters from Sunday’s close game.
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