Rodgers broke his left collarbone in 2013 and missed seven games, but this time it's the right collarbone for the right-handed quarterback.
McKinnon made up for his turnover with 16 carries for 69 yards and a score and five catches for 30 yards and a touchdown for the Vikings, who have won three of their past four games against the Packers after a rough stretch against their biggest rival fueled mostly by the mastery of Rodgers.
Aaron Rodgers is the Packers offense.
It remains unlikely that he'd be interested, but you can expect this to be a regular topic of conversation for however long that Rodgers is out, particularly if Brett Hundley struggles as the starter.
He was taken to the locker room on a cart after being examined on the sideline in the medical tent and replaced in the lineup by backup Brett Hundley, who is the only other quarterback on the team's roster.
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The Packers may be without their MVP quarterback for the remainder of the season after Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone during Sunday's game against the Vikings. "Obviously we didn't get the job done today, but we'll be back and we'll be better".
As a result of the loss to the Vikings, Minnesota is now in first place in the NFC North with a 4-2.
The two-time Most Valuable Player had rolled out to his left with Barr right on him. They are two of the best in the game, if not the two best in the game, even though Rodgers and Brady do things on the field differently.
A Packers offense without Rodgers under center is not something Green Bay has seen very often. Pittsburgh beat the Matt Flynn-led Packers 38-31. Strong safety Morgan Burnett is out with a hamstring injury, as are both starting cornerbacks Davon House (quadriceps) and Kevin King (concussion).