Price per Head Sportsbooks: Aaron Rodgers thanks Justin Tucker on his radio show

Aaron RodgersPrice per head sportsbooks saw that before he said anything else, Aaron Rodgers gave his thanks on his radio show on Tuesday.

He thanked Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, whose 61-yard, game-winning field goal on Monday against the Detroit Lions – a play that impressed price per head sportsbooks everywhere – was able to put the Green Bay Packers and Rodgers in a position to make it to the playoffs if they are able to win their remaining two regular-season games.

“I’d like to thank Justin Tucker off the top here for his performance last night,” Rodgers said on his ESPN Milwaukee radio show. “Unbelievable. That 61-yarder was amazing. I didn’t quite get the three previous plays, but wow.”

Pay per head services know that Green Bay would win the NFC North if they are able to beat Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and topple the Chicago Bears in Week 17.

“It’s amazing that we’re sitting here 7-6-1 with a chance to win two and be in [the playoffs],” Rodgers said.

The player did not shed much light on whether he would be able to return this week from his injury to the collarbone. Rodgers confirmed that on Wednesday he plans to practice and hopes to have no setbacks.

Price per head sportsbooks were happy to see that last week Rodgers seemed to make progress when he took snaps with the starters for the first time since his injury on November 4, but was still not cleared for game action.

He said that what happened in Week 15, with Green Bay pulling off their come-from-behind win over the Cowboys and the Lions’ loss, won’t be a factor on whether Rodgers returns or not.

“I don’t think it really influences my thought process any more than playing last week and wanting to be out there last week did,” Rodgers said. “I felt good in practice, and a decision was made about my status that was made collectively but more on an organizational level, which I understood.

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“Doesn’t mean I was happy about it, but understood.”