Problems in the red zone and situational defense top the list for 9-3 Green Bay.
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Aaron Rodgers reached out to Equanimeous St. Brown after he was cut to offer words of encouragement that are paying dividends now.
“Yeah, if there’s definitely a plus, it is for Jordan’s benefit in terms of him getting the reps and going out there and making sure that he gets a little bit better each and every day,” coach Matt LaFleur said.
On Wednesday, Rasul Douglas won the NFC defensive player of the week award, making him the first Packers cornerback to be so honored since Pro Football Hall of Famer Charles Woodson won it in October 2010.
The unit’s struggles — with a miss from 42 yards that clanged off the left upright with 3 minutes, 5 seconds left in the Packers’ 36-28 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday at Lambeau Field — means there are nine missed field goal attempts this season (including two that were blocked).
The NFL Network reported Monday that Aaron Rodgers has decided against having surgery, at least for now, although a re-injury or deterioration could lead Rodgers and the medical staff to change course.
After a 12-week grind resulted in a 9-3 start, head coach Matt LaFleur and his staff will be at the team’s Lambeau Field headquarters during the bye week breaking down the team they know best: Their own.
Matt LaFleur’s team all but secured the North division while putting itself in great shape in the race for a No. 1 seed in the NFC with an effort that, while far from perfect, was more than enough to send them into their off week on a happy note.
The Rams came from Hollywood to Titletown as the alleged epitome of a team going “all-in” but Green Bay took care of business and sent them packing with a 36-28 victory at Lambeau Field.
The cornerback delivered his second game-changing interception of the season on Sunday, this time a pick that he returned 33 yards for a TD in the Packers’ 36-28 victory over the Rams.