With a chance at a comeback on the line, would you rather trust Aaron Rodgers or Mason Crosby?
That is a question Green Bay Packers fans could be asking themselves ahead of Thursday's NFL meeting. Among the topics to be discussed according to Packers.com is nixing the onside kick in favor of putting the offense back on the field to convert a 4th and 15 from their own 25-yard line. Under the rule change, teams could opt for the option after any score but no more than twice a game. Onside kick conversions have gone down in recent years not just because they are to do but also because of safety changes.