Just when you thought things may be all good after a huge win over the Dallas Cowboys last week, it went bad just one week later.
Aaron Rodgers couldn’t produce a second consecutive late comeback and the Packers head into Thanksgiving week with virtually no margin for error as the three-time defending NFC North champions’ playoff hopes continue to fade.
Green Bay’s 27-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night dropped the Packers two games behind San Francisco in the race for the NFC’s final wild-card spot.
On Thursday Night Football, the frustration was evident as fans began booing the QB and the team for not being very good n offense.
After the game, Rodgers responded to it.