Originally written on Fox Sports Wisconsin  |  Last updated 11/15/14
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It was closer than it should have been, but the Green Bay Packers are still undefeated after a 45-38 win on Sunday in San Diego. Handing out grades following the Packers' win: Passing Offense: A Aaron Rodgers picked up right where he left off before the bye week, throwing for 247 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions against the Chargers. He now has 24 touchdown passes and three interceptions this season. Rodgers connected on 21 of 26 throws (80.7 percent), raising his already-NFL-best completion percentage. He also continues to spread the ball around to multiple receivers with Greg Jennings, Jermichael Finley, James Jones and Jordy Nelson all catching touchdown passes from Rodgers. The only issue with the passing offense in San Diego was protection for Rodgers in the pocket. He was sacked four times (all in the first half) and was forced to scramble and run the ball seven other times. Rushing Offense: B James Starks looked solid in the majority of his 13 carries. H...
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