Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers revealed that he wants the Packers offense to keep improving despite scoring 42 points against the Minnesota Vikings.
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The Green Bay Packers offense has been one of the top units in the NFL for the past several years, largely due to the play of quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers scored 42 points against the Minnesota Vikings in a Thursday Night Football blowout win to follow up their 38-17 win over the Chicago Bears.
Despite the Packers offense returning to form after a slow start, Rodgers is still not fully satisfied with his team’s performance. “I think we have some considerable improvements to make moving forward. I mean, this was a home game for us. Defense played really well. Offensively we started pretty good. Two touchdowns in three drives, and then we kind of went stagnant for a while, so that’s disappointing,” the Packers quarterback said to ESPN.com.
Despite his wishes, the Packers offense put on a clinic as running back Eddie Lacy rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns, giving the Packers their most balanced offense of the season so far as the team improved their record to 3-2.