Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers hit yet another new low on Sunday after a 15-6 defeat to the Detroit Lions.
Rodgers had three interceptions and a touchdown pass in the loss. Green Bay has lost five in a row as the team continues to struggle. The two-time reigning MVP was 23-for-43 with 291 passing yards and a touchdown pass to Allen Lazard.
After the game, he fielded questions from reporters and took exception to what one reporter asked him.
One reporter brought up Aaron Rodgers speaking on retiring this offseason and stating he looked quite miserable on the field sometimes.
“Do you at all regret not retiring?”
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Rodgers did not like the way he framed that question at all.
“I think that’s an exaggeration,” Rodgers said. “Frustration and miserability are two different emotions. When I decided to come back it was all-in, and I don’t make decisions in hindsight.”
Because of an injury to Aaron Jones, Rodgers was the Packers’ leading rusher today with four carries for 40 yards, while the Lions’ defense held AJ Dillon to 11 carries for 34 yards.
“Obviously I don’t want to lead us in rushing,” Rodgers said. “But I knew I was going to have to make plays with my legs, and moving forward I’m going to have to keep doing things like that.”WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.