If you cleared your schedule last night to make sure you saw Aaron Rodgers play a few snaps in game two of the preseason, you were severely disappointed. It was announced hours before the game that Rodgers would not play due to some back tightness. Whether you believe that Rodgers actually had back tightness or not, his absence has created some questions. There are now only two preseason games left and with a new head coach in Green Bay, everyone is wondering if Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the offense will be prepared. Now the questions are regarding how much time Aaron Rodgers will play in game three assuming he doesn't play in game four. Aaron Nagler joined to discuss with Czabe. Listen to the segment below.