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Questions remain among backup quarterbacks

Matt Flynn throws a touchdown pass.

Flynn makes bid for backup spot behind Rodgers, says Packer Report's Tom Andrews.

The Green Bay Packers went into Thursday night's last preseason game against Tennessee hoping to answer the big question. Namely, who will be the No. 2 quarterback behind Aaron Rodgers? They're still asking. Rodgers barely broke a sweat, playing one first-quarter snap. But what a snap it was. Fading into the pocket on the first play of the game, Rodgers spotted Greg Jennings open behind Titan...

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