There is nothing wrong with Aaron Rodgers. I repeat: there is nothing wrong with Aaron Rodgers.
Any doubts about issues the Green Bay Packers may have been having on offense were silenced permanently last Sunday as Rodgers threw a franchise record-tying six touchdown passes as the Packers shredded the NFL’s best defense in a 42-24 win over the Houston Texans. The win moves the Packers back to 3-3 on the season and helped alleviate any concerns fans may have had about the direction of the team.
The Packers now move on to face the St. Louis Rams, who also stand at 3-3 and are one of the league’s more improved teams. That said, this is a game the Packers should win and really have no business losing. The Packers lost to one of the league’s best teams in the San Francisco 49ers in Week 1, but have lost to the Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks* as well. (* is citing the controversial ending to that infamous game).
They’ve beating the Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints and Texans who all are considered some of the better teams in the NFL
Can the Packers get above .500 for the first time all season and finally beat a team they should have no problem beating?
Scouting the Rams