Aaron Rodgers finally lost it.
The Buffalo Bills took a 24-7 lead into halftime against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. The Packers nearly put another touchdown on the board early in the second half after Aaron Rodgers hit a wide-open Robert Tonyan, but officials threw a flag for offensive pass interference. Replay showed that the call was questionable at best, but by that time Aaron Rodgers had already had a meltdown in the face of the official.
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Here’s Aaron Rodgers’ reaction.
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The Packers ended up settling for a field goal on the drive, which only hurt them being able to catch up. You need touchdowns against a high powered offense like the Buffalo Bills. The Green Bay Packers lost their fourth consecutive game to fall to 3-5, their very worst start since Rodgers took over as the starter, with Sunday night’s 27-17 defeat in Buffalo.
“Nobody feels sorry for us,” Rodgers said after the game. “We’ve got to find a way to get one win. I feel like if we can just get one, then the whole momentum changes.”
Aaron Rodgers threw for 203 yards and two TDs with an INT. Rodgers has been held to 260 or fewer passing yards in all eight games in 2022.
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