The Green Bay Packers are heading into their matchup against the Buffalo Bills needing a win after losing three straight games.
However, that’s not stopping quarterback Aaron Rodgers from remaining calm.
With his famous R-E-L-A-X moment years ago, it seems nothing affects the four-time MVP.
But now he’s giving his honest opinion of the Packers’ chances against the 5-1 Bills.
So what does he think his team can do and do these thoughts hold any weight?
Rodgers Feels The Packers Are In A Good Spot
Don’t tell the Super Bowl champion QB he’s on a sinking ship in Green Bay.
While he says “nobody is going to give us a chance,” he believes in his team.
Aaron Rodgers says he's looking forward to facing the #Bills:
"this week nobody is going to give us a chance, we're going to Buffalo on Sunday night football with a chance to get exposed…shoot, might be the best thing for us."#billsmafia #packers #nfl pic.twitter.com/WJaADa6SBH
— Jenna Cottrell (@JennaCottrell) October 24, 2022
He honestly thinks this Bills game is the “best thing for us.”
However, with his receivers having issues holding onto passes, the hope might be a dream.
While Rodgers is an MVP QB, he’s not playing up to the same standard this season.
There are too many issues with the Packers’ passing game since they sent Davante Adams to Las Vegas.
Rodgers Doesn’t Trust His Receivers
With his receivers dropping passes, Rodgers is losing trust in his receivers.
Instead of taking deep shots like he did with Adams in the past, he’s opting for the short passing game.
Crazy that Rodgers misses Sammy Watkins wide open on that 3rd down play.
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While he’s finding success in completing those passes, he’s leaving deep routes open.
Because of this, the Packers’ offense gets into sticky third-down situations.
Until he trusts his receivers on deep routes, his honest thoughts won’t turn into a win against the Bills.