The Green Sound Packers snapped their five-game series of failures on Sunday night yet it didn't come without some show.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers got warmed with lead trainer Matt LaFleur close to the furthest limit of guideline when they passed on third and short.

Rodgers needed to run the ball, in light of what he was talking about.

Rodgers additionally couldn't stand the remainder of the play approaches that series.

"Simply each and every play call, presumably," Rodgers said (first translated by NESN).

"No doubt, I felt like we resembled 30 yards from terminating the game in the guideline. And furthermore felt like it was two-minute so I would have been calling those plays.

 I was in a very decent cadence, clearly, I didn't have a lot of endeavors this evening, however, I felt like I was in a very decent musicality.

I felt like I tossed the ball pretty much precisely where I needed it to this evening. So I maintained that an opportunity should go dominate the match."

That drive wound up not making a difference as the Packers had the option to drive down the field in extra time before Bricklayer Crosby hit the game-dominating field objective.

The Packers are presently 4-6 as they have a brief time this week to prepare for the Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football.