Aaron Rodgers: people who are making too many mistakes shouldn’t be playing


Following Sunday’s error-filled defeat to the Washington Commanders, the 3-4 Green Bay Packers are off to their poorest start in seven games under Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers blamed the Packers’ three-game losing run on mental blunders during his weekly visit on The Pat McAfee Show. Rodgers remarked on Tuesday, “We had so many faults and mental errors. We have become accustomed to playing a different kind of football throughout the years. There have undoubtedly been seasons where we missed an average of four, five, or even six tasks per week. Every week this season, there has been a significant increase in that. In actuality, it’s double digits each and every week.” On Sunday, the Packers’ offense hardly really found its footing. Following a score on the second drive, Rodgers’ offense only managed two first downs in its following five drives. With 14 offensive points in Week 7, the Packers are averaging 17.0 points per game this season, which is the fewest through the first seven games in Rodgers’ career.