The Packers are on Life Support in Need of Another Miracle

After dropping another road game, the Green Bay Packers fall back under .500 to 4-5-1, and there is plenty of blame to go around for their 27-24 loss. Aaron Rodgers had an excellent night, throwing for 332 yards on 21 of 30 passing and two touchdowns, including two unreal throws that traveled over 50 yards in the air. But he did miss two crucial throws on what ended up being their last drive on the game. On first down, he didn’t attempt to throw it to Aaron Jones who was…

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