Aaron Rodgers, Packers Must Survive Lions, Vikings, Bears

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After missing the playoffs in back-to-back seasons, the Green Bay Packers needed a change. That change came in the form of Matt LaFleur – and it's working. Aaron Rodgers isn't putting up eye-popping stats, but the Packers (5-1) are winning games, and in the end, that's all that matters. “There was no question that he was getting bored with Mike McCarthy, not only with the relationship, but with the offense,” Brady Poppinga on Reiter Than You, referring to Rodgers. “He had been in the exact same offense, basically running the exact same concepts, for over a decade. Just imagine that. Imagine every time you go to the OTAs or minicamps and training camps, that's three times you're getting installed

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