Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers hit a new low in Washington on Sunday. The Packers succumbed to the NFC East franchise 23-21 as they lost their third consecutive game.
Green Bay was outplayed in every facet as the Commanders had 25 more plays and 15 more minutes of time in possession. Green Bay could only muster 232 yards of total offense in the shock loss.
Many fans are now starting to turn on Rodgers and his team, but in particular, the reigning NFL MVP. One fan spotted Rodgers yelling at his teammates during the game and posted on Twitter that they are sick of his attitude.
"Really sick of Aaron Rodgers attitude. You're not playing well either bro stop yelling at your teammates."
Other NFL and Packers fans were quick to share their thoughts too on Rodgers' performance.
It appears that everyone is in agreement that the Packers are in serious trouble.
Aaron Rodgers and Packers off to horrible start in 2022
Green Bay has already lost four games this season. In the last three seasons, the Packers lost just three each year. That is a big difference.
Without Davante Adams, who now calls Las Vegas home, and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, now head coach in Denver, Green Bay looks average.
With Green Bay thought to be one of the favorites for the NFC, even without Adams, what fans are seeing now is the polar opposite. Aaron Rodgers has not played upto his NFL MVP level in previous seasons and many are now asking questions about the quarterback and his head coach Matt LaFleur.
The season is still young and only seven games in, so there is still time to turn the form line around. But from what we have seen so far, each game looks the same. The offense is struggling to score points consistently while the defense, once thought to be Super Bowl-caliber, is anything but.
The next three weeks will define Green Bay's season. Games against Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, and the Dallas Cowboys will tell us a lot about the Packers. Can they steady the ship against teams such as the Bills and Cowboys, while also trying to gain ground in the NFC North?
They might have to. Otherwise, their season and playoff hopes could be over and the 38-year-old veteran might be watching the playoffs from his home instead of playing in them.