Aaron Rodgers says only two Packers teammates didn’t make mental mistakes vs. Washington
Al Hazmoun suffered a shocking defeat to the leaders in the seventh week of the 2022 NFL season. Aaron Rodgers felt Green Bay made a lot of mental errors during the match, with the exception of two of his teammates.
Things simply don’t go according to plan Aaron Rodgers and the Packers this year. on Sunday, Green Bay He suffered his third defeat in a row in 2022 NFL season To have a losing record after seven weeks.
Matt LaFleurThe team that ranks second in North NFC At 3-4, he was shockingly defeated by Washington leaders, who are at the bottom of the NFC East, also at 3-4. The Packers’ biggest problem is still offensive, as the team struggles to produce.
Last week, Rodgers said the team needed to “simplify things”. Therefore, he did not like what he saw at FedExField. After the defeat, the veteran midfielder said that Packer made a lot of mental mistakes – except for Allen Lazard And the Aaron Jones.
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“I’m thinking outside of these two men [Lazard and Jones]There are a lot of mental errors, Rodgers said of Lazard and Jones, via ESPN. “I talked about simplification last week. I don’t really know where to go when it comes to that. There must be something inside that is responsible for the performance as we run into a lot of detail bugs. It’s not just about winning football.“
Lazard, who had seven catches for 55 yards before coming off with a shoulder injury, and Jones, who had 76 yards and two touchdowns, were the few to produce during the leaders’ loss. Still, Rodgers He was also self-critical.
“I think I might need to do that a little more,” Rodgers said of making more plays out of pocket. “I kind of thought maybe I’m looking forward to doing that a little more. I haven’t done it enough today.”
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“I think it takes everyone. He takes everyone around him“ LaFleur said. “You have to have the protection in front of you to be able to hold on. You have to get the players to play too. I feel like we got a lot of transfers. We had a lot of penalties that put us behind the sticks.”
The Packers are facing a tough situation early in the season, and the timing of their play in Week 8 is far from great. On Sunday night, Rodgers and his cohorts take over Josh Allen and the Invoices. Are they going to shock them back to winning ways?