Originally posted on Cuzoogle  |  Last updated 11/23/11

Despite the Green Bay Packers extended their unbeaten run at the weekend to 10 straight games at the weekend, quarter-back Aaron Rodgers spent most of his post-game press conference lamenting the single interception he threw. The Packers’ run this season has certainly made NFL Bets more interesting.

The Packers have been unstoppable this season and currently sit at the top of the NFL’s Northern Conference. Their 35-26 win over the Bucs on Sunday saw Rodgers become only the third quarterback in history to throw 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns in the first 10 games of the season.

Despite writing his name in the history books, Rodgers was visibly disappointed and its perhaps a sign of how well he has been performing this season that he was still upset at his performance despite the victory. Rodgers was his usual excellent self throughout the match except for the single blemish that saw him throw an interception, which was only his fourth of the season but he still chose to concentrate solely on his mistake.

“I’m just frustrated,” Rodgers said. “I didn’t throw the ball very well. I’m not trying to be ridiculously humble right now, I’m just frustrated. The ball wasn’t coming out the way I wanted it to today.”

Many thought that the Packers would struggle this season due to their leaky defence but they have crushed all before them and now look like they will be the side to beat in the play-offs. Those looking to Bet on NFL games have valued the Packers well this season.

Much of this has been down to Rodgers superb form as he has constantly found ways to outfox the opposition defence and it now appears that the team’s offence could be strong enough to cover-up their defensive frailties.


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