Found November 08, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
The Green Bay Packers are just a little bit past their halfway mark for the season, so it is time to go over what has all happened so far this season and give an outlook for the future. Plus: The Offense – The Packers offense started the season slowly.  There seemed to be a big struggle in finding an identity and it caused some disruptions amongst the unit that led to bad offensive games.  These past couple weeks have seen the offense resurface as the dominant unit that it was last season. Plus: Aaron Rodgers – Rodgers’ has once again shown just how good of a quarterback he is, especially in these last couple of weeks.  Take last week for example. Even though the Cardinals were playing great pass defense and his receivers had issues dropping the ball, he still finished the game with four touchdowns and made key plays with his feet to earn the win.  Rodgers has supplanted himself right in the thick of the MVP race once again and if he can keep leading the Packers to victories than he...
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