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QB Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers

6-2, 220Born: 12-2-1983College: CaliforniaDrafted: Round 1, pick 24

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17 at DET 75 27 39 300 4 0 10 42 0 0 35.2
18 vs NYG 71 25 40 362 4 0 2 0 0 0 34.1
19 at DAL 0 28 43 356 2 1 2 16 0 0 26.4
20 at ATL 0 27 45 287 3 1 4 46 0 0 29.95

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2016 Week 20 vs ATL (27 / 45 / 287 / 3 / 1 pass, 4 / 46 / 0 rush)

Plagued by drops, too much pressure and then offensive line injuries, as well as an early deficit because of shaky defense, Rodgers looked nothing like the fantastic quarterback everyone was lauding the last few weeks. In fact, the entire offense looked far closer to the offense which struggled early in the season. The offensive line allowed Rodgers to be pressured on 20 of Rodgers 49 dropbacks per Pro Football Focus in addition to his pair of sacks. The Falcons also did an excellent job of containing Rodgers in the pocket, and kept him from gaining yards on the ground until a 28-yard run in the late third quarter. For a brief moment in that same quarter, Rodgers and the Packers offense seemed to come to life with a 2-yard pass to Davante Adams, but the Falcons just kept piling on points. While Rodgers ended up with three touchdowns they were all when the game was mostly out of hand--particularly the last two--and the Falcons defense was just trying to avoid injury.

2016 Week 19 vs DAL (28 / 43 / 356 / 2 / 1 pass, 2 / 16 / 0 rush)

Rodgers' game was a bit uneven, but going forward nobody will remember anything but his key pass to Jared Cook on third down with seconds left, to set up the game winning field goal. That play has everything you need to know about Aaron Rodgers, as he showed poise, ridiculous accuracy and a knack for making the big play in the big moment. On the play, with 12 seconds left, Rodgers rolled out to his left to avoid pressure and buy time for his receivers against a secondary which had been blanketing them the whole second half. He continued towards the sideline, eyes downfield, until he saw Cook break free towards the sideline. Rodgers threw a bullet along the line to Cook who did a fantastic job keeping both feet in for the catch. Mason Crosby nailed the field goal and the win on the next play. That throw was more indicative of the first half Rodgers had than the second, though that was more about the adjustments the secondary made than Rodgers. The first half was a pretty good one, as Rodgers hit Richard Rodgers for a 34-yard touchdown pass. On the play, the tight end got a step on his defender, and Aaron Rodgers threw a little behind him, but the receiver still made the catch and rolled into the end zone for a score. Rodgers hit Cook, his other tight end, for a wide open touchdown in the third quarter, but also turned the ball over. On that play, Rodgers had Davante Adams down the sideline but threw a bad pass too far inside and short. It seemed as if Rodgers thought Adams would come inside more, perhaps on more of a post route, but Adams was running a streak down the sideline. It was the one really bad pass thrown by Rodgers Sunday, though the second half did see some great defensive play by the Dallas secondary, which made it hard for Rodgers to get much traction. That said, when he needed two during the last two drives for the Packers, Rodgers got the job done.

2016 Week 18 vs NYG (25 / 40 / 362 / 4 / 0 pass, 2 / 0 / 0 rush)

Rodgers had a rough first half--especially when Jordy Nelson got hurt--but the defense kept the game close until their quarterback got his feet under him and then he was spectacular. The Giants never had a consistent pass rush, and the Packers offensive line--with some help from Rodgers' legs--kept him free of their grasp most of the game. During the first half of the game, Rodgers couldn't find open receivers, and was forced to hold the ball too long and the result was should have been a quiet first half--11 of 22, 155 yards (73 of which came on just three plays)--but for the two touchdowns. Those two scores in the last 2:33 seconds of the first half seemed to break the back of the Giants defense, but really the cracks started showing up a couple of plays before Adams' touchdown when Rodgers hit him for a 31-yard play--a longer play than the total passing yards the Packers had accrued so far (29). On the play, Adams lined up wide right, and looked like he was going to get double covered with safety Leon Hall coming over the top. Right before the play, Hall drifted towards the middle of the field instead, and Rodgers recognized Adams was now in single coverage by rookie Eli Apple. Adams easily beat Apple, and Rodgers dropped a perfect pass for his receiver for a huge momentum shifting gain. Moments later, Rodgers threw a 5-yard bullet to Adams. On the play, Rodgers was stuck again and unable to find a receiver. However, the Giants pass rush couldn't get to him and he had nearly ten seconds to find an open receiver. Even then, Adams was only somewhat open, and Rodgers had to throw a perfect pass to the outside of Adams, who made a great catch. The Giants got the ball back but, as was the case all day, couldn't move the ball and had to punt it back to Green Bay. Starting on his own 20 yard line, Rodgers moved the ball 38 yards and found himself too far for Mason Crosby to kick a field goal. With just six seconds left, Rodgers heaved the ball 42 yards into the end zone and, as the Packers have done so often over the last few years, Randall Cobb caught the ball at the back of the end zone. There was a little contact (and a push off) by Cobb, but officials rarely call those on Hail Mary's. When the teams returned to the field, Rodgers and his receivers looked much more comfortable. The Giants defense continued to get worn down as their offense struggled, and the Packers took advantage of it every chance they got.

2016 Week 17 vs DET (27 / 39 / 300 / 4 / 0 pass, 10 / 42 / 0 rush)

If there as concern Rodgers' leg was still bothering him, 42 yards on the ground should allay those. Rodgers didn't look limited at all, and that also goes for his passing mechanics. The Lions tried to take away Jordy Nelson, who Rodgers had been leaning on very hard, so he found Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison for touchdowns, as well as fullback Aaron Ripkowski. Rodgers has been on fire the last half of the season, throwing just two interceptions since Week 10, compared to 20 touchdowns. He has also thrown for four touchdowns in back to back games now and completed 69.2 percent of his passes against the Lions, which is just a bit higher than his 65.7 season percentage. Rodgers spread the ball around to eight receivers as well. Most of his touchdown throws weren't anything too difficult, save for the 10-yard score to Allison in the fourth quarter. On the play the Lions were able to hold coverage--a rarity on the day--and Rodgers had to scramble for some time before he saw Allison near the back of the end zone. Rodgers threw a pass which Allison had to dive for. According to the broadcast, it took Rodgers just under 9 seconds to throw the ball, during which his scrambling and some good sustained blocking bought him the time. Rodgers also threw a bullet on his touchdown pass to Davante Adams, and did so off his back foot.

2016 Week 16 vs MIN (28 / 38 / 347 / 4 / 0 pass, 2 / 13 / 1 rush)

Rodgers did well enough to earn a break in the latter half of the fourth quarter. The Packers quarterback continued his red-hot play and immediately had the once-feared Vikings defense on its heels as he completed 14 of his first 16 passes and tore it apart. Rodgers had thrown a pair of touchdowns by the end of the first quarter and three more--two passes and one run off of a scramble--by the end of the half. Rodgers was sacked four times, but the offensive line largely kept him protected. Even when pressured, Rodgers was efficient and accurate, extending plays with his legs (and not really suffering much obvious pain due to his numerous leg issues) when needed and standing in to deliver a pass even when hit. All told Rodgers was on point, completing 78 percent of his passes, never turning over the ball and creating plenty of the plays we always expect from him. All four of his passes were perfectly placed and he seems completely in sync with his receivers. Of course, Rodgers is most impressive when he is using his feet to create plays, and his 6-yard score just before the whistle at the end of the first half was as good an example of that as any. On the play, the Vikings pass rush got into the backfield quickly, but Rodgers was able to elude a defender and run out to his left. At first he kept his eyes in the end zone, looking for someone to throw to, but he quickly saw that his best bet was to run the ball in himself. He tucked the ball, gained the first down marker and then made a defender miss before diving into the end zone. The game was never in doubt and by the middle of the fourth quarter, Rodgers was on the bench preparing for next week's game against the Detroit Lions.

2016 Week 15 vs CHI (19 / 31 / 252 / 0 / 0 pass, 3 / 19 / 0 rush)

It wasn't one of Rodgers' better games, but it wasn't an awful one either and it would have been much better if Davante Adams hadn't reverted to pre-2016 form by dropping two touchdowns. While Rodgers was efficient and sharp for most of the game, he did what he often does late in a game--he found a way to make a huge play. This time it was a 60-yard bomb dropped perfectly into the waiting arms of Jordy Nelson with 20 seconds left in the game, with the score tied. The play was deceptively simple. The offensive line gave Rodgers plenty of time and Nelson did a nice job gaining a step on the defender. Rodgers then threw a frozen ball the better part of 60 yards, right into Nelson's hands without having the receiver break stride. See? Simple. Rodgers was still clearly hampered by his leg injuries, but looked a little more mobile later in the game. As it stands there are no reported setbacks, it looks as though Rodgers will be ready to go for the last two games.

2016 Week 14 vs SEA (18 / 23 / 246 / 3 / 0 pass, 3 / -6 / 0 rush)

The most striking thing to notice when watching Rodgers recently is his lack of mobility, or rather, his limited mobility. Dealing with a hamstring injury already, he now has to cope with a calf injury. While his line has done a solid job protecting him and Rodgers still manages to move out of the pocket, his increasing number of mobility-reducing is a concern. It's rare to see him finish a game with no yards, forget -6 as he had on Sunday. The injury is also a large portion of the reason he was out of the game with most of the fourth quarter left. There was no point in further aggravating the injuries he had and risking other ones. While the mobility is limited, his passing is just fine. Rodgers threw three touchdown passes on Sunday, two to Jordy Nelson and one to Davante Adams. On the play to Adams, Rodgers hobbled out of pressure and heaved a deep pass down the sideline. Adams had a few steps on cornerback Jeremy Lane, who then fell, allowing Adams to carry the ball all the way to the end zone. Both of Nelson's touchdowns were short and on both Rodgers had plenty of time to find his receiver. On the first Nelson came across the field on a simple crossing route, and Rodgers hit him just short of the end zone. Nelson easily turned it upfield and into the end zone. On the second touchdown pass, Rodgers got great protection but his receivers were all covered. Still, he was able to wait and when Nelson broke just a little free, Rodgers delivered a crisp pass in front of the defender for a touchdown.

2016 Week 13 vs HOU (20 / 30 / 209 / 2 / 0 pass, 3 / 16 / 0 rush)

The Packers had really good field position early on, but couldn't take advantage. On the 2-yard line, Aaron Rodgers fumbled the ball on the exchange, moving too quickly and not securing the ball. Luckily the Houston Texans were equally inept and never capitalized. While Rodgers wasn't fantastic, he avoided any other big mistakes whether he was under pressure or not. He didn't look as nimble as he normally does when escaping the pocket, but it might have been the slippery conditions, which also hampered the passing game at points. The Texans' much vaunted defense was mostly a no-show, and they only blitzed him about five times, which allowed Rodgers plenty of time to find targets even if those were often short-range. Rodgers most frequently hooked up with Jordy Nelson, but he scored with Randall Cobb as well. Nelson was especially adept at finding open space to get to so Rodgers had as easy a throw as possible and that was the case on Nelson's touchdown. The score came on a deep pass early in the fourth quarter with the two teams tied at 7. On the play, a 2nd and 10 on the Houston 32-yard line. Rodgers had five whole seconds to throw the ball, and in that time the defender covering Nelson fell, leaving him wide open. Cobb's touchdown happened in the second quarter, on a 2nd and 6 at the 9-yard line. Rodgers escaped pressure, gingerly moving across the snowy turf and always looking in the end zone for the big play. Cobb was crossing towards the same side of the end zone, and had a step on the defender.

2016 Week 12 vs PHI (30 / 39 / 313 / 2 / 0 pass, 6 / 26 / 0 rush)

Maybe Rodgers should have grown out the beard a bit sooner. His performance on Monday night was one of the best of the season, completing 76.9 percent of his passes, and getting a quarterback rating of 116.7, the highest since the team lost to the Falcons in Week 8. Rodgers was poised and appeared to have more trust in his receivers than he has had in weeks, and he dissected the Eagles defense throughout the game. His touchdowns were both thrown to Davante Adams, who has emerged as a reliable threat for Rodgers during the latter half of the season. The first was a perfect strike on a slant onto the end zone, which Rodgers hit Adams in stride for. The second was a combination of tremendous accuracy and a little luck. On the play, Adams ran down the sideline into the end zone, and was well covered by the defender. Rodgers' throw should have been blocked at least by cornerback Nolan Carroll, but the ball slipped through and Adams made a great catch, showing focus as the ball went past the defender. When things bounce right for you, though, they bounce right all the time and this definitely was a break in the Packers favor. It was that kind of night for Rodgers, one where it seemed as if he could do no wrong.

2016 Week 11 vs WAS (26 / 41 / 351 / 3 / 0 pass, 3 / 33 / 0 rush)

There are times when Rodgers continues to look like a future Hall of Famer, and times when he looks like he can't make up his mind whether to throw the ball or take a nap. Despite his statistical production over the last few games, Rodgers doesn't look right. He too often misses players who are wide open, opting to throw the ball into tighter windows than he needs to and seems to have lost trust in many of his more consistent targets like Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. There were numerous times where Nelson was open Sunday night, yet Rodgers looked elsewhere. The result is an offense which is disjointed, and inconsistent. On the plus side, even half an Aaron Rodgers is better than 99 percent of the players at the position, and he succeeds when other quarterbacks might fall apart. He's also carrying the weight of a defense which has allowed 40 plus points in back to back games.

2016 Week 10 vs TEN (31 / 51 / 371 / 2 / 2 pass, 3 / 27 / 1 rush)

Green Bay fell well behind in the first quarter and essentially the rest of the game was garbage time. As much as the defense suffered a total collapse, the offense exploded on the launching pad as well. Rodgers' first pass was behind Randall Cobb and incomplete. On the next pass, Cobb fell down on his route. After a completed pass for a first to Jordy Nelson, Rodgers tried to hit Nelson again but threw a poor pass which fell incomplete. Rodgers was then sacked and fumbled the ball, which one of his lineman recovered. On their second offensive series, Rodgers overthrew Nelson, and then was sacked. Rodgers was constantly under pressure and it seemed very likely that it was rattling him at least a little. Once the Titans were well ahead, they didn't bring pressure as much and Rodgers had more luck getting to his receivers. His interception, which came in the fourth quarter and was especially brutal, happened when he tried to go deep for a hail mary and overthrew his receivers. He missed running back James Starks wide open short, but he was looking to make the first down and had to make up 19 yards. Overall, this was a shaky game for Rodgers and his offense despite numbers that might make it appear everything worked.

2016 Week 9 vs IND (26 / 43 / 297 / 3 / 1 pass, 6 / 43 / 0 rush)

Rodgers had his usual solid day, extending plays with his legs, and connecting with his receivers when they got open. There are still some overthrows and missed opportunities, but considering the injuries to the receivers--this week it was Randall Cobb who had a special guest appearance--and a complete inability for them to gain separation, he played well. Rodgers threw three touchdowns and all three were vintage Rodgers. The first one came with just one second left in the first quarter, when Rodgers used a hard count to draw the Colts offsides. With a free play, Rodgers spotted Jordy Nelson running downfield and heading for the end zone. Rodgers threw a somewhat risky pass given the defender who was right there, but Nelson wrested the ball away for the touchdown. The second touchdown was a laser pass to Davante Adams on a slant route in the end zone. On the last passing touchdown, Rodgers had excellent protection and took his time scanning the field. He saw Randall Cobb crossing the back of the end zone and threw a perfectly placed pass where only his receiver would get it while trailing two defenders. Rodgers interception was perhaps the result of a little too much confidence as either Rodgers didn't see the safety deep when he threw at Adams on a post pattern, or he thought he could thread the needle and beat the safety with a pass. He did not, and the result was a pick.

2016 Week 8 vs ATL (28 / 38 / 246 / 4 / 0 pass, 6 / 60 / 0 rush)

Rodgers came into the game missing his entire backfield, Randall Cobb and his "slash" Ty Montgomery. Clearly that didn't hold him back and in the first half he torched the Atlanta Falcons, completing 17 of 21 passes for 170 yards and three touchdowns. He slowed way down in the second half, though, throwing for only 70 yards and one touchdown as the Falcons defense adjusted. He did complete 11 of 17 passes, though, and remained very accurate throughout the game, until the very last pass, which fell very short and incomplete. Rodgers also seemed to find Jordy Nelson for the first time in weeks including on a 58 yard pass Rodgers dropped on a dime on his second throw of the game. On the touchdown a few plays later, Nelson ran a shallow crossing route and no linebackers picked him up, so he was wide open for Rodgers' pass. However, like the rest of the passing offense, that connection seemed to stall out in the second half, and Nelson was only targeted twice in the third and fourth quarter. That was when the Packers tried to run more - 11 times in the second half compared to 8 on the first. The Packers also seemed to get into a playcalling rut, relying heavily on screen passes to Davante Adams which, after a while, the Falcons had no problem sniffing out and shutting down. The Falcons also did a really good job of covering Rodgers' receivers after the first half, and he had a difficult time finding the open targets he had in the first two quarters.

2016 Week 7 vs CHI (39 / 56 / 326 / 3 / 0 pass, 2 / 7 / 0 rush)

Rodgers had a much improved game against the Chicago Bears, with a game plan that often got the ball out of the quarterback's hand quickly and spread passes around to nearly all the receivers. Rodgers and receiver Jordy Nelson continue to be on different pages, but the often as a whole looked much better. Some of that could be a result of facing a poor Chicago defense, but looking at it, the plan seemed to be to have him throw shorter passes. Rodgers didn't have to overthink each play--he just found the guy open and let it rip. He did cough up a fumble early in the third quarter which the Bears returned for a touchdown, but that appeared to be the result of some very good coverage by Chicago as much as anything Rodgers did. He also threw for three touchdowns in the second half, two to Davante Adams featuring some awful coverage by the Bears on the second one. On that play, the Packers were spread out with an empty backfield. Adams was on the far left and ran a post slant into the end zone while receiver Ty Montgomery ran a short out to the goal line. Both Bears defenders stayed on Montgomery while Adams ran towards the post and was wide open for the score. On the whole this offense looked much better than it had in weeks and Rodgers played the best game we have seen all year.

2016 Week 6 vs DAL (31 / 42 / 294 / 1 / 1 pass, 3 / 7 / 0 rush)

It's hard to say exactly what is going on with Aaron Rodgers, but the game against the Dallas Cowboys does make it seem like it's his issue, not his receivers. Rodgers struggled to hook up with them, throwing behind them quite often and generally looking uncomfortable. The entire offense continues to look off, and it's hard not to suspect it's something with Rodgers given the nature of his misses. Pro Football Focus had Rodgers as their lowest rated offensive player on the Packers and even if you take their grades with a grain of salt--and you should--it's clear the quarterback is off his game. Rodgers' touchdown came at the end of a drive long after the game was really out of control, with the Packers trailing 27-9 with seven minutes to go in the game. On the play, Randall Cobb ran a short route out to the flat, where Rodgers delivered the ball to him. Dallas didn't shift over quickly enough, and Cobb easily scored. According to the broadcast, it was the first passing touchdown in the second half of a game this season. Rodgers' interception was bad but the quarterback's lowest point was a terrible fumble at the one yard line in the third quarter. "Only" down 20-6, Rodgers and the offense went with an empty backfield, spreading out the defense with five wide receivers. The linebackers stayed in the middle of the field though, and so when Rodgers immediately dropped the football down and ran, Dallas defenders were everywhere. The Cowboys did a great job stripping the ball and recovering it. Back to his interception, Rodgers did a horrible job both reading the field and delivering the ball. On the play, safety Barry Church was supposed to cover the tight end, but as he told the team website, when the tight end stayed in to block, he was able to freelance. "I drifted to Jordy (Nelson) because I felt like he was going to come back on a comeback, but once I saw (Randall) Cobb coming on the over, I kind of hid low and hoped (Rodgers) wouldn't see me and he didn't." Rodgers should have seen him though, and never looked to his left and so missed Church lying in wait.

2016 Week 5 vs NYG (23 / 45 / 259 / 2 / 2 pass, 5 / 15 / 0 rush)

Aaron Rodgers threw a lot and struggled a lot in an uncharacteristically sloppy performance, especially at home. The Packers seem to refuse to run the ball, even with a lead. Rodgers threw 28 times in the first half, compared to 17 run plays (which included two Rodgers scrambled). That ratio didn't improve when Eddie Lacy left the game with an injury, ending with 45 total passes compared to 32 run plays. That being said, the offensive line gave Rodgers an immense amount of time and he still had too many poor throws. He dropped back 50 times total, but according to Pro Football Focus's game grades, he was only pressured seven times and he averaged 3.28 seconds allowed to throw the ball. PFF says the longer he had to throw, though, the worse the passes were- something which is clear on film as well. Both of Rodgers' touchdowns were peak Rodgers though, with one thrown into the end zone where a diving Jordy Nelson was the only one who could catch it and the other a perfectly thrown ball which dropped right in DaVante Adams' hands. Both of his picks came at the hands of Janoris Jenkins, the cornerback who Rodgers picked on quite a bit throughout the game. The first interception wasn't really Rodgers fault, as it came off the hands of Jordy Nelson, who should have hauled it in as he crossed the field. The second interception was just a bad throw by Rodgers, who was scrambling and really just trying to get rid of the ball. He threw it very low but not low enough to avoid Jenkins as he hopped in from of DaVante Adams and picked it off.

2016 Week 3 vs DET (15 / 24 / 205 / 4 / 0 pass, 5 / 22 / 0 rush)

As happens far too often, the Green Bay Packers--and Aaron Rodgers--got off to a hot start and then took their foot off the accelerator, making things much more closer than they needed to be. Rodgers looked spectacular in the first half, throwing all four of his touchdowns during that span. Rodgers' first touchdown was to Davante Adams on a short slant. First, Rodgers barked out a couple of presnap shouts to discover who the Lions were rushing. Once he knew where the pressure was coming from, he snapped the ball and then hit Adams, who bulled his way into the end zone. The second touchdown came on a different sort of vintage Rodgers, as he scrambled away from pressure to buy time for Nelson to get free in the end zone. His third touchdown involved a bootleg and a short screen pass to last year's favorite Hail Mary target, Richard Rodgers, who was open in the flat. The final touchdown--and the second he threw to Nelson--came on a 3rd and 2 from the Lions' 18 yard line with under two minutes in the first half. Nelson was in single coverage and ran a nice corner route, getting separation on the defender. Rodgers threw a pretty pass right into the bucket for Nelson, who caught it easily for a score. The first six Packers drives in the half resulted in a score of some sort, but the second half only had one drive which resulted in a single field goal. Over the last two quarters of the game, Rodgers dropped back ten times, was sacked once, scrambled three times and threw six passes. The rest was a ground attack and the Lions grinding at the defense. Over all, Rodgers looked very good and seems to have gotten back on track, though it's hard to get excited when he does it against a bad secondary like Detroit's.

2016 Week 2 vs MIN (20 / 36 / 213 / 1 / 1 pass, 3 / 29 / 1 rush)

Things were shaky from the beginning for Rodgers, as he completed his first pass to Davante Adams, who promptly coughed the ball up. Luckily, the Vikings themselves fumbled after that and Randall Cobb recovered. It was that sort of day for Rodgers, though, when very little seemed to work out the way it was supposed to. He fumbled the ball three times, finally losing one in the fourth quarter, killing a critical drive. Rodgers would get the ball back shortly thereafter, driving the offense down to the Packers' own 45 yard line before getting picked off to end the game. On that play, it seems like Davante Adams went a bit too deep in his route and while he almost jumped backwards to get the ball, Vikings cornerback Trae Waynes slid underneath for the pick. It wasn't all bad for Rodgers, as he hit Jordy Nelson for a 1-yard touchdown and scrambled his way to a 10-yard score. Overall though, Rodgers seemed skittish and inaccurate, with passes sailing high and wide in a way which is not characteristic of Rodgers usual performance.

2016 Week 1 vs JAX (20 / 34 / 199 / 2 / 0 pass, 4 / 16 / 1 rush)

Rodgers seems much more relaxed as the season begins, despite some changes on the offensive line. He was only sacked once and overall the line did a nice job of giving him time to throw the ball. Of course, even when he doesn't have time, there's little you can do to stop him. Probably his best play was the 29-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams to end the first half. The pass itself was impressive--Rodgers put it perfectly where the defensive back wouldn't get it and only Adams could. What was even more impressive was that he did it with rookie defensive back Jalen Ramsey pulling on his jersey. And that was just one of his three touchdowns--he hit Jordy Nelson for a 6-yard touchdown as well and scrambled for a rushing touchdown of his own. Rodgers looked good and having all his weapons back and healthy seemed to make a huge difference.


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