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8 months agoDespite the Green Bay Packers 22-0 win over the Bills in Week 4, quarterback Aaron Rodgers remains unhappy with the offense as a whole. He also said it took "grit" to be able to practice last week on his injured left knee last Thursday, but he fought through it because he "felt like we needed a little jolt." “We were terrible on offense,” Rodgers said, clearly less than satisfied with Sunday’s 22-0 victory over Buffalo at Lambeau Field. “I don’t think it made a difference for the offense.” The team had 423 total yards, but the offense was lacking rhythm. The 183 total yards on the ground from running backs Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams and Ty Montgomery was a plus, however. Rodgers' knee won't get better anytime soon, so his performances could continue to be a little lackluster for fantasy owners.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: - Mike Spofford

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