The Packers got quarterback Aaron Rodgers back in the lineup on Sunday, but Rodgers’ presence wasn’t enough to get them past the Panthers in a 31-24 loss. The loss drops Green Bay to 7-7 on the year and leaves them without a realistic hope of advancing to the postseason. Given that Rodgers is less than 100 percent recovered from his broken collarbone, that will lead some to wonder if the team will turn back to Brett Hundley to play out the string. Coach Mike McCarthy didn’t say what the Packers will do after the game, but Rodgers said he plans on playing.