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SportsPackers' Rodgers planning to 'let it all hang out' in Packers' final 5 games

22:00  29 november  2018
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Rodgers frustrated after TNF defeat: 'We've lost too many games like this'

Rodgers frustrated after TNF defeat: 'We've lost too many games like this' The Green Bay Packers suffered yet another demoralizing loss - this time at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Football - and star quarterback Aaron Rodgers couldn't help but voice his displeasure. "We've lost too many games like this - that's the most frustrating thing," Rodgers said after the defeat,'s Michael Silver reports. "We've had a chance in almost all our road games - especially against the Rams and the Patriots, and again tonight. We're right there. But we just can't get it done." A fourth-quarter comeback by Seattle dropped Green Bay to 4-5-1.

Former Packers receiver Don Beebe joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the Packers as well as his son, who The Packers have no extraordinary plan to end their road losing streak; they will stick to trying to Only 3 out of 551 playoff teams in the Super Bowl Era didn't have a road win within their first 10

Rigsbee watched the Packers ’ game against the Giants with friends at home in his “fan cave,” with a full bar and a big-screen television with surround sound. In another room hang a half-dozen Packers jerseys signed, sealed and delivered by Rodgers to be auctioned off to raise money for the school’s

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Aaron Rodgers doesn't think he's been doing anything differently through the first 12 weeks of the 2018 season, but he's willing to try shaking things up, and potentially force the issue, to help the Green Bay Packers make a final push for the postseason.

"Yeah, why not?" Rodgers said Wednesday, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky. "If we lose, you guys are just going to write us off, so might as well let it all hang out these last five (games)."

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“ Let ’s give ourselves a chance to feast. Otherwise, we just sit there and bleed slowly and die. … I am not one to ever quit and just give in. “So yeah, I guess I am letting the game plan out , but we are going to be aggressive and we are going to give it everything we can and get the playmakers to make

The Packers had just lost their fourth straight game , 42-24 at Washington, and had officially sunk to Aaron Rodgers said he spent the first nine games of the season feeling out of rhythm. There is a been-there-before stoicism about the Packers in the postseason, but after the Dallas game , they cut

The Packers occupy third place in the NFC North with a 4-6-1 record. They're undefeated at home but winless on the road and enter Week 13's contest against the Arizona Cardinals on a two-game losing streak.

Rodgers has his lowest completion percentage since 2015 at 61.7 percent, but he's on pace for a career high in passing yards and has an incredible 20:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio.

The six-time Pro Bowler and two-time MVP insists his Week 1 knee injury hasn't forced him to change his playing style.

"I throw how I throw. I'm not playing any different this year. It's just we're not completing as many passes percentage-wise," Rodgers said.

He added: "I listen to my quarterback coach and my offensive coordinator and my head coach. My study of myself, I'm very critical of my own film. I'm not playing any differently, fundamental-wise."

Twitter reacts to Packers firing head coach Mike McCarthy

Twitter reacts to Packers firing head coach Mike McCarthy Mike McCarthy’s long tenure as the Green Bay Packers’ head coach has now come to an end. Following the team’s brutal 20-17 home loss to the hapless Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, the Packers have fired the head coach. “The 2018 season has not lived up to the expectations and standards of the Green Bay Packers,” Packers CEO Mark Murphy announced, via the team’s official website. “As a result, I made the difficult decision to relieve Mike McCarthy of his role as head coach, effective immediately.” Fans have been calling for McCarthy’s head over the past several weeks.

Former Green Bay Packers player Jerry Kramer, left, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, right Jaire Alexander as he is selected as the number eighteen overall pick to the Green Bay Packers in the QUICK TAKE: Started out as a free safety, then played a rover position and then finished as an

Last game Redskins defeated the Packers 42-24 in the home game . And generally, Green Bay this time will never be let it happen again in this season. The Packer rallied in the final quarter, with the inspiration of pro QB Aaron Rodgers , to register a 24 -23 win over the Chicago Bears.

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