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Blowouts Have Been a Rarity

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If Sunday night's loss to the Giants felt odd, it's because the Packers almost always been within one score in their losses with Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy. We scour the history to provide some context.

How rare was Sunday night's loss to the New York Giants for the Green Bay Packers? Since Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy joined forces for the 2008 season, they've lost only six games by 10 points or more. Only three times could those games could be defined as "blowouts" — games that never were within one score at some...

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