GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's still early in the season, but the Packers (2-3) are approaching must-win territory. Unfortunately for reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers and his team, they have to try to get back to .500 on the road this Sunday against the undefeated Houston Texans (5-0).
Not only has Green Bay already lost more games this season than it did throughout all of last year (playoffs included), but now the on-field struggles have led some players to assign blame elsewhere. The Packers' wide receivers defiantly insisted this week that they're creating separation downfield and are therefore not at fault for the decline in offensive production. The typically unflappable Rodgers defended his downward statistical trend by saying, "There's plenty of guys that wish they had the kind of numbers I have."
Tight end Jermichael Finley added to the turmoil by again questioning his chemistry with Rodgers and then seemingly taking a subtle shot at Green Bay's offensive line.
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