Aaron Rodgers and the Packers defeated the floundering Seahawks by a score of 27-17 to stop there own three game losing streak. First year starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers not only likely made former Packer Iron Man Brett Favre proud with his gritty performance but all the former players and fans of the old black and blue division of football. Again this week Rodgers participated little in practice due to a sprained shoulder however you would have not known it by his two quarterback sneaks, the last one for a touchdown at the goal line would have been text book for a running back as Rodgers kept his feet constantly moving after appearing stopped. Maybe the most impressive play of the game for Rodgers might have been his 45 yard touchdown pass to Greg Jennings, which was a perfect throw of at least 45 yards hitting Jennings over the shoulder in stride. That sort of throw is the type of pass football greats make, it is yet to be seen if Rodgers can do that consistantly however to do it with a sprained throwing shoulder shows Rodgers resolve.
For the day Aaron Rodgers finished with stats of 21 of 30 for 208 yards and 2 touchdowns in addition to 6 runs for 23 yards and a touchdown. Greg Jennings again led the Packers with 5 catches for 84 yards, four of his catches came in the second half. Ryan Grant led the Packers rushing attack however again failed to reach 100 yards as he got 90 on 33 carries
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