Aaron Rodgers says some Green Bay players are “making too many mistakes” and the team “needs to start cutting back on reps” after the Packers’ shocking 3-4 loss to Washington
- Aaron Rodgers criticized the Packers’ error-plagued players on Tuesday
- Rodgers said some needed to cut their reps for making too many mistakes.
- Green Bay fell to 3-4 after a 3-1 start with losses to NYG, NYJ and Washington.
- Next up, the Packers take on the Buffalo Bills on Sunday Night Football.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been outspokenly critical of his teammates following their upset loss to the Washington Commanders on Sunday.
Rodgers was 23-for-35, throwing for 194 yards and two touchdowns, but the offense managed only 14 of the team’s 21 points in a 23-21 loss.
Additionally, the Packers managed just 232 total yards of offense and surprisingly went 0-for-6 on third down.
Aaron Rodgers was understandably frustrated during Green Bay’s 23-21 loss to Washington.
It was a dysfunctional offense by all accounts Sunday, as the Packers rushed for just 38 yards despite a fearsome double by Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon.
Rodgers kept it as real as ever when he spoke with Pat McAfee and AJ Hawk on The Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday, saying there needs to be some level of responsibility for current performances.
“Guys who make too many mistakes shouldn’t play,” Rodgers said to McAfee and Hawk.
Rodgers and HC Matt LaFleur must rectify things quickly if the Pack is to stay alive in the NFC.
“I have to start cutting back on some reps,” Rodgers continued. ‘Maybe the guys who aren’t playing, give them a chance. We’ll see.
Sunday’s loss was Green Bay’s third straight after losses to the New York Giants and Jets, followed by the Commanders.
‘We had so many mental errors and mistakes. It is not the type of football that we are used to playing over the years.
Rodgers faced a fearsome defensive front last week and will return to Buffalo on Sunday night.
“There have been seasons where we averaged four or five, six, maybe seven tops, mental errors or missed assignments per week.
‘This season, much more than that every week. It’s double digits every week.
The Packers will need to play flawlessly if they have any chance of beating the Buffalo Bills 5-1 on Sunday night.