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Last year, a late-season calf injury to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers forced coach Mike McCarthy to rely at times on the pistol formation, given the limitations on Rodgers' mobility. McCarthy plans to use it more in 2015. “I like the pistol,” McCarthy said in Arizona this week at the league meetings, via Tom Silverstein of…
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers may be regularly in the pistol formation in 2015, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. The Packers used the formation often after Rodgers suffered a calf injury in 2014 in order to take stress off his leg. 'I like the pistol,' McCarthy said during a break at the NFL owners meetings this week. 'I think there's a lot of value regardless of the injury to Aaron. I know he likes it. There's a place for it year-round in your offense.' McCarthy hasn't used the pistol formation for a read-option offense, and it's unlikely McCarthy will ask Rodgers to become a read-option quarterback. The pistol formation would add an element of unpredictability to the Packers offense.
Phoenix - Before Aaron Rodgers was making decisions at the line of scrimmage that he does today, Packers coach Mike McCarthy and then-offensive coordinator Joe Philbin were looking for a way to challenge their talented quarterback during the off-season.
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The current trend indicates that there has been significant movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Rodgers. In the past week his own percentage has decreased by 99% . Meanwhile his start percentage has decreased by 99% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Rodgers is 99% and his lowest is 0.00%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 99% and lowest is 0.00%.
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