Each week, John Lynch breaks down a dynamic NFL offensive playmaker, devises a game plan and discusses a strategy for success. This week, Lynch examines how he would defend against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers offense.
It's really fun watching Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers play ... that is, of course, unless you have to play against Aaron Rodgers.
Fresh off his MVP-winning performance in Super Bowl XLV against the Steelers, Rodgers and the Packers haven't let up. Rodgers, who is the NFL's top-rated passer, has the Packers (6-0) off to their best start since 1965. They're also the only remaining unbeaten team this season and the first defending champion to start 6-0 since the 2007 Colts.
So my assignment's not easy this week: Gameplan for the 1-5 Vikings and their defense against the Packers' high-octane offense.
When the Vikings start to watch film this week, they might think they're watching a Stephen King movie, because Rodgers' performance this season has be...