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The one glaring weakness in Aaron Rodgers’ Packers offense

On offense, it’s been hit or miss for the Green Bay Packers this season. Behind the arm of Aaron Rodgers, the Packers need consistency, especially if they want to win when it matters most.

On the daily Locked On Packers podcast, Peter Bukowski was joined by Lilly Zhao. On this edition, the attention is turned to the Tennessee Titans and what Green Bay must do moving forward.

Zhao: This is the time where you are going to have to play some playoff football. Against the Titans, let’s say the score is 21-10, and then you get into a lull, this team can score. And the last thing that you want to do is to try and come back with Derrick Henry pounding the ball and your defense is on the field for eight or nine minute chunks and then your offense is not out there scoring.

The last thing you want to do is if you can put a couple of touchdowns up there and then take a break for a quarter. It is not going to work against the Titans, it is not going to work for the playoffs. This is going to be one of those games where Aaron Rodgers has talked about consistent winning football and winning all four quarters and his offense should be all gas and no breaks on Sunday night because if they take their foot off the gas, this Titans team can easily come back so, you know, they want to have a good test.