Packers: Position report card grades in Week 10 win vs. Jaguars

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Quarterbacks: B+

Take away one bad play — perhaps Aaron Rodgers’ worst throw of the year which was intercepted — and he had another good game. Despite the conditions, Rodgers threw for 325 yards and two touchdowns with that one pick, while also running in his first touchdown of the year.

With a passer rating of 108.1, it was another impressive display from No. 12 who deserves to be in the MVP race. Not his best game of the season and his interception was a head-scratcher given his usual form, but Rodgers did more than enough to lead his team to victory on Sunday. The mismatch at QB between the two teams was evident.

Running backs: C-

Not a good game for the Packers on the ground. The Jaguars were determined to stop the run and make the Packers throw deep, and they held Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams to a quiet game.

The two combined for only 76 yards from 21 carries. Jones had 20 of those yards on one run, meaning the other 20 carries went for just 56 yards. They did contribute in the passing game with a combined eight catches for 74 yards.

Wide receivers: A

Have a day, Marquez Valdes-Scantling. The third-year receiver looks to be full of confidence after last week’s performance, and he caught four passes for 149 yards and a touchdown. Importantly, we’re seeing fewer mistakes from MVS which is a great sign.

Davante Adams didn’t have his best day with two drops and a fumble, but he still caught eight passes for 66 yards and an impressive game-winning touchdown despite battling an ankle injury.