Aaron Rodgers will again play like Aaron Rodgers
A-Rod has three touchdowns, two interceptions and 654 yards passing. These don’t exactly seem like bad numbers, but they’re not the type of stats we’re used to seeing from Aaron Rodgers.
All Green Bay fans know the elite caliber of play Rodgers usually reaches, and we’ve become accustomed to it. Right now, it seems as though Rodgers is just not himself out there.
Week 1 was against one of the best defenses in the NFL in Seattle. Therefore, the one TD and one pick are not exactly unimpressive. However, the dominant offense from seasons past wasn’t there. The Packers offense only scored 17 against Seattle and 23 against Atlanta.
Nevertheless, the offense should be able to pick things up and get rolling soon. There has never been an Aaron Rodgers led offense that has struggled to score for the entirety of the season.
Sooner or later, Rodgers and the offense are going to click, and when they do… watch out. It’s not time to panic.
Not just yet.