Rodgers in his presser just agreed with you on this.Some bad blocking and then I think an early snap. May have been timing by rookie WR that was off, but I think it was on Meyers. could have been a big turning point.
Rodgers again in his presser took the blame for this. He turned the wrong way IIRC.and Rodgers/Dillon, also could have been a big turning point killing a great drive. They weren't duds as players, but that play was. I think Dillon for some reason started bellying back for some reason like he wsa going to take it wide and Aaron was trying to adjust to him and it just screwed the whole play. To me it looked like inside handoff the entire way and it looked to be blocked that Dillon takes it starting left, but could immediately play his leg and cut back right the way it was blocked up.
I’m anxiously awaiting the day where we can have a legit special teams unit. A few big ST plays can bust a game wide open.Oh, Dud for Amari again. Fumbled one return and then I swear on the decent KR he had he lost control of the ball but it just slid down him and he didn’t lose it. He needs to be way more secure with that ball.
Duds - OL consistency, I think Bahk is done to be 100% honest... time to plan/move to the plan after him, just eat that HUGE signing bonus and cut him(or maybe he'll retire)
That clears that up, Rodgers said he screwed up the action on the exchange with Dillon.
The Packers can't afford to move on from Bakhtiari at this point.
That can't be true, Rodgers never takes blame for any of his mistakes