Aaron Rodgers isn’t worried about Packers’ lack of offensive rhythm
The Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers defeated the Washington Redskins 20-15 in Week 14. While a win is a win, it was to a 3-10 team. Not only that, but the Packers could not really get anything going offensively.
After scoring 14 points in the first quarter, Green Bay had just two field goals the rest of the game. They struggled to get much going and found no real rhythm.
According to Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk.com, quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not really worried about that lack of rhythm though.
“Winning is the only thing that matters,” Rodgers said. “Even in the midst of some of these games that aren’t great flow the entire time, we are winning. We expect to win games when the defense holds them to less than 20 points. We’ll find our rhythm. I’m not worried about that on offense. We’ll keep getting the ball to our playmakers and figure out what’s going to work that week.”
Rodgers brings up multiple points. First off, he expects to find a rhythm offensively. That makes a lot of sense too. The quarterback has been amazing his entire career, a sure-fire first-ballot Hall of Fame talent when it’s all said and done. He’s been in the Green Bay organization for a long time, and he’s never been wrong when telling everyone to relax, they’ll be just fine.
Second, the Packers won. Not only have they won, but they’ve been winning for a long time. Green Bay is now 10-3 on the season, in first place in the NFC North and in prime position to make a deep playoff push.
While they might not have looked great in Week 14, the Packers showed that they can find a way to win in multiple ways. That sounds like a dangerous team. Maybe winning is the rhythm they are in.