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Aaron Rodgers (Packers): “I’m not worried about this team”

The Packers lost to the Commanders, their third consecutive loss, and here they are at 3 wins for 4 losses. From an accounting point of view, there is no fire yet. A very balanced NFC allows them not to be dropped.

In terms of level of play, it’s something else. The attack still skated. The defense eventually gave in to Taylor Heinicke and Terry McLaurin.

But this time, there’s no question for Aaron Rodgers to hit his young receivers or ask for changes in the game plan.

The quarterback did in the positive in front of the microphones.

“Of course we can,” he assured a journalist who asked him if the season can still be saved. “I’m not worried about this team. It might even be the best thing that could have happened to us. This week, no one is going to give us a chance against Buffalo. Yeah, maybe that’s really the best thing for us. »

With the Packers averaging 18.3 ppg, yes, Buffalo will be the favorite.

Against Washington, Rodgers was able to count on Allen Lazard and Aaron Jones. For the others, there is still work to be done, and Rodgers has nevertheless ended up pointing it out.

“I think outside of those two guys there are too many mental errors. I talked about simplifying things last week. I’m not sure where to go on this. Something has to happen in terms of performance and the mistakes we make on the details, we don’t win like that. »

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