The Green Bay Packers struggled without Aaron Rodgers at quarterback on Monday night, after he left the team's game against the Chicago Bears with a broken collarbone. It has been determined that he will miss at least three weeks. Are the Packers a playoff team without him?

Rodgers, who has thrown 15 touchdowns to just four interceptions this season, is an integral part of the Packers' offense and has already won a Super Bowl in his career. Without him, the Packers may not have a chance to emerge from a three-way tie atop the NFC North with the Bears and Detroit Lions in order to earn a playoff spot.

On the other hand, the Packers still have a ton of weapons on offense, highlighted by star wide receivers Jordy Nelson and James Jones. If backup QB Seneca Wallace can build a rapport with them during his newfound first-string status, the Packers may be able to hold things together and earn a playoff berth.

Are the Packers a playoff team without Aaron Rodgers?