Aaron Rodgers has spoken up on his interactions with the wide receivers the Green Bay Packers have provided for him.

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers were defeated by the Minnesota Vikings in week one of the NFL season by a score of 23-7.

This was a game that the cheeseheads could have, and probably should have, made much closer.

The game's high point—or low point, depending on whether you're a Packers fan—was Christian Watson's drop in the open field.

This saw Rodger fumble his first ball in the NFL and effectively set the tone for the rest of the contest as the Packers struggled offensively.

Rodgers made it crystal apparent during the preseason that he wasn't too pleased with the receivers' performance. 

Rodgers stated that We must be much more consistent, especially as young receivers.

He said, Numerous dips, poor route choices, and running the incorrect course. We need to improve in that area.

The bad performance motivated Rodgers to continue receiving practise time from the WDE receivers so that they can begin to develop a rapport.

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