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For Rodgers, It's Closing Time

After last season's finish for the Packers, playing well at the end of the season has become a theme for 2012. Can Aaron Rodgers deliver? Signs are at least pointing upward. Matt Tevsh takes a look at his history closing out seasons, including comments this week from his coaches.

At this time a year ago, Aaron Rodgers was getting set to close out the regular season as an assistant offensive coordinator. With the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs clinched for the Green Bay Packers, Rodgers gave way to backup Matt Flynn, who, amazingly, had the most prolific quarterbacking day in franchise history. As a game day inactive, Rodgers actually put on the headset for the first half... Recommended Stories