And if the sight of our star quarterback in a sling with most of an Ace Hardware department in his shoulder is still too much to bear right now, here's some other non-Rodgers related (but still pretty great) "Clueless Gamer" segments.
Rodgers broke his collarbone on October 15 against the Minnesota Vikings and underwent surgery four days later.
However, Rodgers wouldn't confirm to ESPN's Jason Wilde exactly how many screws are in his collarbone, telling Wilde, "It's TV".
When Rodgers fractured his left collarbone in 2013, he did not have surgery.
Rodgers will miss at least eight weeks before he's eligible to come off IR.
The Packers return to game action on November 6 against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on "Monday Night Football". The Packers put him on injured reserve a day later. He was placed on injured reserve by the Packers last week, ruling him out of game action until at least December 17, when the team visits the Carolina Panthers. After that, the Packers close the season at home against the Vikings on December 23 and at Detroit on December 31.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported last Sunday that the Packers were told by doctors that Rodgers could begin throwing again in six weeks.
Green Bay is 0-2 since losing Rodgers, with backup Brett Hundley throwing one touchdown to four interceptions.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said earlier this week that there's no set timeline for how quickly Rodgers' collarbone will heal or how soon he might be cleared to return. He did not undergo surgery after that injury and returned for the regular-season finale as the Packers won at Chicago to capture the NFC North and a playoff spot.