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This is not a report card that Packers' players will want to post on their refrigerators as an example of work well done. No, this is the type that gets hidden in backpacks for as long as possible with the hope that, if enough time passes, it can just be forgotten about.
Handing out grades following the Packers' 38-10 loss to the New York Giants:
Passing Offense: C-
Aaron Rodgers had very little time in the pocket to throw the ball. He was sacked five times, hit seven times and had four passes deflected. All of that pressure led to a Rodgers fumble and an interception. It also resulted in the Packers' passing offense gaining only 201 yards, despite playing from behind the entire game and needing to throw the ball to catch up.
Rodgers clearly wasn't at his best, but it's difficult for any quarterback to perform well when his offensive line is getting him chased on nearly every down before the plays are allowed to fully develop. Rodgers finished the game completing...
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