Aaron Rodgers is not a happy camper and life without Davante Adams has been hell for this team and the offense.
After years of falling short in the playoffs, it looks as if we’re looking at a team that won’t have to worry about a playoff spot with the way they are playing.
Despite sorting some things out and the Packers starting out the season 3-1, Rodgers wasn’t too happy with the way the team dropped to 3-3 after a loss on Sunday to the New York Jets. Rodgers found himself on the wrong side of a 27-10 final score at Lambeau Field and he wants changes.
Rodgers’ had a rather simple view of what needs to change for Green Bay to get better results in the weeks to come.
“Simple mistakes on complex plays. To me, the natural response is to simplify things even more, or, if you need to make some moves, you make some moves,” Rodgers told reporters.
He added that he believes the Packers will make the necessary moves if they present themselves.
“Brian (Gutekunst) and I have had a number of conversations. I trust him and his staff, if they feel like they need to add, that they will. I think that there is enough on this team to be a successful team. There is a possibility, if certain guys emerge, of us having the chance to make a run. I know Brian believes the same thing, but if there is an opportunity, I expect Brian would be in the mix.”
The Packers have lost their last two games against the New York Giants in London and then this past Sunday to the New York Jets at Lambeau Field.
Aaron Rodgers completed 26 of his 41 passes for 246 yards against the Jets. He threw one touchdown pass late in the third quarter to Allen Lazard in the 27-10 loss to the Jets.
He didn’t look 100 percent due to a thumb injury as the Packers’ offense looked out of sync all game. Rodgers hasn’t thrown for more than 255 yards in any game this season.
That might change next week with a favorable matchup against the Commanders.
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