Aaron Rodgers explains how Packers can fix their offense

The Packers are coming off back-to-back surprising defears.

by Dzevad Mesic
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Aaron Rodgers explains how Packers can fix their offense

Aaron Rodgers feels the Green Bay Packers just need to "simplify some things" and everything will look much better for them. On Sunday, the Packers suffered a surprise 27-10 defeat to the New York Jets at Lambeau Field. Through the first six games of the year, the Packers have scored a total of 107 points, which is 17.8 points per game.

This is one of the roughest stretches Rodgers has had during his time with the Packers. "I'm not attacking anything," Rodgers said. "I just think that based on how we've played the last two weeks, I think it's going to be in our best interests to simplify things for everybody -- for the line, for the backs, for the receivers, especially with [Randall Cobb's] injury.

Just simplify some things, and maybe that'll help us get back on track."

Rodgers: Simple plays could be the key

After the Packers lost Davante Adams and Marques Valdes-Scantling in free agency, there were concerns about the Packers offense.

Now, those concerns seem to be justified. However, Rodgers feels there is a solution - simplify certain things. "That's why we need to simplify things because on the couple drives that we did move the ball, it was very simple things," Rodgers said.

"Very simple plays, no motion, so we need to look at everything and the guys that we've got and what we can accomplish with them and let's be smart about moving forward. Nobody works harder than Matt on the plan each week, and nobody comes with better ideas than him and his staff.

But if it's not working, it's not because those guys aren't grinding. It's because we're not executing. If you think we have the right players, then we need to simplify things. If you don't, then that's a whole other conversation." Through the first six games, the Packers own a 3-3 record. This Sunday, the Packers are playing the Washington Commanders on the road.

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