MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (WEAU) -- With the loss of Aaron Rodgers due to a broken collarbone, faith for a successful season is lost by some Packers fans. However, there are some fans who say Brett Hundley can still get the job done.
SportScene 13's Neil Hebert spoke with fans outside U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday after the football game between the Packers and the Vikings.
"Not good. Not good for them," said Theresa Harr of Cornell.
"I was not anticipating that and I was sad to see that. We're glad to have Jordy back. They'll do something. The packers always come forward and come through," said Mary Hogan of Lansing, Iowa.
"I'm disappointed in the Minnesota fans cheering Aaron Rodgers getting injured. I would not cheer Dalvin Cook getting injured. Let's watch the best players play against the best people," said Ryan Walczak of Green Bay.
"I think it's very disappointing. It's going to be a tough season. I do not. If he's out of the lineup, I don't think they make the playoffs," said Jeff Robinson of Crystal Lake, Illinois.
"I hope so. I never lose hope. The last time we won the Super Bowl, we had a lot of our stars out for a while, so I have hope," said Sara Stoe of Farmington, Minnesota.
Hundley doesn't have the skill set Aaron Rodgers has, but he still has one of the best receiving corps in the league to work with. Some fans agree there's still hope for the Packers this season.