In the year of Super Bowl 50, Monday night football has a re-run for all of you old-timers out there.
Aaron Rodgers has the Packers off to a 2-0 start and coming off of an impressive win over the Seattle Seahawks. Kansas City might be 2-0, too, if they had been able to close out Denver and Peyton Manning last week.
The Packers were able to hold Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch to 44 yards, but face a big test against Jamaal Charles. Eddie Lacy may miss the game for Green Bay.
It’s hard to stop Rodgers at Lambeau Field. In his last 14 games, he’s completed 70 percent of his passes and has thrown 38 touchdown passes with no interceptions. Rogers is 13-1 in that stretch, but in the loss, he was injured against the Bears after throwing only two passes.
Kansas City’s best weapon is pass-rushing linebacker Justin Houston, who has 13 sacks in his last eight games.