There was adrenaline working for him in the second half, along with a few painkillers probably which helped him get through the game.
That being said, Rodgers wasn't on the practice field on Wednesday. It will be warmer outside than it was for that contest, but the fans will likely be chilly toward Barr whether Rodgers gets the green light to play or not.
Rodgers echoed McCarthy on taking it on a day by day basis and revealed he didn't take pain medications Sunday night.
Knowing coach Mike Zimmer, I'd expect plenty of pressure on Rodgers.
Rehabbing on Wednesday was not a setback, McCarthy said.
There hasn't been any evident discussion on Rodgers wearing a brace, but he said that there are certainly options available and that they'll make a decision on that later in the week. He said his knee is still sore, but that it's improving every day.
Tell me what running back in the National Football League gets a mention after a 2.5-yard rushing average on Sunday, and I'll tell you-this one, Dalvin Cook.
Rodgers avoided questions about his knee injury on Tuesday and the team has still not made a decision on whether he'll play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, despite Rodgers saying Sunday after the Bears game he would play.