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Midterm Report: Quarterbacks

QB Aaron Rodgers (Benny Sieu/USP)

With the Packers enjoying a much-needed bye, we begin a position-by-position report on the team. We lead off with the quarterbacks, where Aaron Rodgers was a difference-maker on Sunday even with his harsh self-critique.

Packer Report's position-by-position midseason review begins with the quarterbacks. Overview By his own admission, Aaron Rodgers had a poor performance against Arizona. Most teams would love their quarterback to perform that poorly. It's not just Rodgers' otherworldly combination of arm strength, accuracy and release, it's all of the little things. Regardless of Rodgers' self-criticism, those...

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