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Packers survive off day by Rodgers, offensive line

September 13, 2010 by  
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Sept 13, 2010 ~ by Mike Vandermause

~PHILADELPHIA — Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn’t mince words when describing his performance Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) is sacked by Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Juqua Parker (75) in the first quarter of Sunday's game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

“I played terrible, probably about as bad as I can play,” Rodgers said. “It has got to get better. I missed a lot of throws that I could make in my sleep.”

His pedestrian 73.1 passer rating wasn’t the worst of his career, but only once last season did he post a lower number. Rodgers threw a pair of interceptions, missed open receivers and struggled to get the offense in sync.

Yet the good news for Rodgers is that despite his struggles, the Packers claimed a 27-20 victory in a hostile environment and city where they haven’t won in nearly 50 years.

It says something about the Packers’ overall talent and mettle that when their best player came out firing blanks, they still found a way to win.

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