Talk about being on the spot.
The Atlanta Falcons secondary already looks a bit shaky after giving up 319 yards and three touchdowns to Seattle's Tarvaris Jackson, who's not one of the NFL's elite quarterbacks.
Now it's time to face the hottest QB in the league.
Hunker down, Falcons. Aaron Rodgers is coming back to town.
The Green Bay signal-caller already carved up Atlanta's defense in last season's playoffs, a clinic of a performance on the way to the Packers winning the Super Bowl and Rodgers taking the MVP award.
A quarter of the way through this season, Rodgers has taken his game to a whole new level, coming into Sunday night's contest at the Georgia Dome as far and away the highest-rate passer in the NFL.