Aaron Rodgers admits sending an alert to Green Bay Packers teammates
Al Hazmoun 3-3 after losing to the Jets in Week 6 of the 2022 NFL season. Aaron Rodgers knows his team has many things to fix after suffering two consecutive defeats, which is why he warned his teammates.
Six weeks in 2022 NFL seasonAnd the Aaron Rodgers and the Packers They already find themselves in a difficult place. After the shocking defeat of giants in London, Green Bay He suffered his second loss in a row at the hands of Planes Sunday.
That raised suspicions about her Matt LaFleurHis team is early in the season, with the Packers behind Vikings (5-1) in North NFC with 3-3 register. As the midfielder and face of the team, Rodgers Obviously, he expressed his feelings about it.
The four-time NFL MVP tackled the Packers offensive problems, Saying they need to keep it simple When things don’t go according to plan. LaFleur later said he didn’t know what Rodgers meant by that, but the veteran player said so more than one message to him colleagues from the training staff.
Aaron Rodgers sent a message to his fellow Packers, not Matt LaFleur
“The point was that if we don’t carry out those plansfrankly, not the most complicated things most of the time, Then the only simple reaction might be to simplify things even further,“ Rodgers said on Pat McAfee Showvia Christopher Cohagen from USA Today. “It doesn’t mean fewer moves or fewer checks at the line of scrimmage. It just means let’s make sure these people can handle what we’re doing.
“It was a real wake-up call for our players. We need to lock things down a bit more and simplify things in our mind. Even the most complex plays can be simplified in our minds. We just need to be better in the details. The details weren’t good enough.“
This is one of the most challenging years for Rodgers in a long time, as he lost major weapons in the off-season with leaving Davant Adams And the Marquis Valdes-Scantling.
Aaron Rodgers is confident the Packers will come back again
However, Rodgers still optimistic about his team this year. For him, the Packers have time to turn things around and prove the skeptics wrong. But of course, they will need to improve their performance.
“If you look at the pre-season in NFC, four teams[were]definitely in the conversation: San Fran, Los Angeles, Tampa and us. … All four 3-3And theRodgers said. “I don’t expect any panic in those places. … Lots of football left. Obviously we have to play better.“