Green Bay Packers quarterback and reigning NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers famously informed frightened followers to “R-E-L-A-X” one September years in the past.
Rodgers may’ve gone that very same route throughout a Tuesday look on “The Pat McAfee Show” that occurred roughly 48 hours after Green Bay suffered a humiliating 38-3 loss by the hands of the New Orleans Saints. While he did not use these actual phrases, the 37-year-old made it clear he is already turning the web page and specializing in the upcoming “Monday Night Football” showdown with the Detroit Lions.
“It might be a freak out outside the facility,” Rodgers defined, per Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk. “I think it’s just a good learning lesson for us. We can’t play like that. We can’t start a game like that. Like I said after the game, our energy level was a little bit low before the game. We have to do a better job responding to adversity. There’s not much to say. We got our a–es beat by 35 points. We’re all frustrated about it, but just move on. We have 16 more to go.”
Rodgers declared final month he would not need the season to turn into “a farewell tour” amid experiences he may orchestrate his exit from the Packers following the marketing campaign, however that is precisely what the 12 months’s last months may turn into if Green Bay would not start turning issues round subsequent Monday. Fortunately for Rodgers and firm, Detroit and the opposite two NFC North groups additionally dropped their season openers, so the Packers have not but misplaced any floor within the division standings.
#Note-Author Name – Zac Wassink, Yardbarker