Packers QB Aaron Rodgers thinks he played his best game of the season against Dallas
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has talked about how the offense has been a work in the progress, but he feels it all came together on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, and it was his best game of the season.
Looking at the stat sheet, it wasn’t the best game, but he completed passes to nine different receivers and didn’t have a turnover. Rodgers thought he saw the field a lot better, and now it’s all about winning games, he doesn’t care about stats.
“It’s not the greatest statistical game for myself, but I feel like I played my best game of the season,” Rodgers said Sunday at AT&T Stadium via Packers Wire. “The way I was moving and seeing things. I’ve accomplished a lot statistically in this league, I just want to win now.”
The Packers were without Davante Adams, and Rodgers knew that was going to make life harder, but he was able to limit mistakes, and that led to success.
“I knew it was going to be tough without Davante,” Rodgers said. “I felt good about the way I was moving in the pocket, extending plays, taking care of the ball. Had a couple good throws early to get me going, didn’t really make any stupid mistakes.”
It’s good to hear for Packer fans that Rodgers is feeling comfortable in the offense and having success because life isn’t going to get any easier, and he is going to need to continue to play well.
The Packers host the Detroit Lions next Monday night for first place in the NFC North.