As the Green Bay Packers prepare to face off against the Seattle Seahawks in the Divisional Round of the NFC playoff picture, there are many who are still criticizing the season that Aaron Rodgers put together.
While there were quite a few missed throws and some frustrating times for the Green Bay offense, Rodgers was still able to put up solid all-around numbers. He may not be the MVP that he once was, but he is still worthy of being mentioned among the NFL’s elite.
On the season, Rodgers completed 62.0 percent of his pass attempts for 4,002 yards, 26 touchdowns, and four interceptions. Obviously, those numbers aren’t amazing, but they were still serviceable. Rodgers is still capable of driving the Packers to wins and Super Bowl contention.
Following the criticism, Rodgers spoke out and revealed the most important thing for the Packers. After a 13-3 season, no one can really argue with Rodgers’ reasoning.
“The most important thing is winning.” @AaronRodgers12 | #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/m605oFWBhr
— GBP Daily (@GBPdaily) January 8, 2020
Green Bay will face off against the Seahawks on Sunday night at Lambeau Field. It will be an instant classic if the track record between the two teams stays consistent. Make sure to tune in this Sunday to see Rodgers and the Packers go to work and try to reach their Super Bowl aspirations.
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