Aaron Rodgers addresses criticism of His Performance in the Lions Loss

By Babita Singh

The Packers' early-season problems persisted on Sunday as Green Bay lost to the Lions 15-9 and dropped its fifth straight game.

The primary talking points surrounding Green Bay's decline during the first nine weeks of the season have been the Packers' ineffective offence and the performance of their star quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers threw three interceptions for the first time since 2017 in the Packers defeat, going 23 for 43 for 291 yards and one touchdown.

The four-time MVP was clearly upset at several points during Sunday's game, which many thought Green Bay (3-6) would win.

Things won't get any simpler for the Packers quarterback when he faces Mike McCarthy and the 6-2 Cowboys at Lambeau Field on Sunday night.

On The Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday, Rodgers responded to criticism of his performance in the game on Sunday, and the 10-time Pro Bowler didn't mince words.

Rodgers and the Packers must start the offence if Green Bay hopes to stop its slide down the standings.

A reporter questioned Rodgers about his decision to not retire during the offseason after Sunday's defeat. However, Rodgers made it clear that he was "all-in" on his choice and hoped to guide the squad to victories.

During the season's first nine games, Rodgers has passed for 2,091 yards, 14 touchdowns, and seven interceptions.

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