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Aaron Rodgers takes a shot at the Lions after the Packers’ latest loss

Aaron Rodgers takes a shot at the Lions after the Packers’ latest loss

Many expected Aaron Rodgers and Struggling Packers to bounce back on Sunday with a win against the Lions. But given the lingering presence of Murphy’s Law in Green Bay this season, the ball didn’t bounce off them, and Detroit squeaked by with a 15-9 win.

Although Rodgers turned in a performance to forget — three interceptions, two of which were in the end zone — the 38-year-old quarterback appeared to take a shot at the division rival Packers after Green Bay fell to 3-6 on the season following their fifth straight loss.

“I can’t lose a game like that against that team though, so it’s going to hurt for a while,” Rodgers said in his postgame press conference.

Rodgers, the league’s reigning MVP, said that even though he “played s—ty,” he “never gave up.”

“I’ve been counted out a lot of times in my life like a lot of my teammates, and hopefully we’ll just dig deep and find a way,” Rodgers told reporters. “We’re really going to be underdogs for a lot of games going forward. We hope we can accept that. We have two games at home. We have to win those two games in a week, and then this thing looks a little different.”

The Packers, who remain above the Lions in the NFC North standings, host the Cowboys next Sunday, followed by a prime-time matchup against the Titans on “Thursday Night Football.”

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers looks set to pass against the Lions on Sunday, November 6, 2022.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers looks set to pass against the Lions on Sunday, November 6, 2022.


Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers prepares to throw against the Lions on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers prepares to throw against the Lions on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022.


Rodgers, who re-signed with the Packers in March, added that he doesn’t regret not retiring before starting which has been a challenging season.

“When I decided to come back, he was all-in, and I don’t make decisions and then 20/20 regrets such big decisions. So I was all in, and this is a lot of life lessons, for sure, this year, but luckily it’s not over. There are still a lot of games left. We will probably be counted by many, and we will see how we respond,” he said.

Through nine games this season, Rodgers has thrown for 2,091 yards, 14 touchdowns and seven interceptions.



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