It’s no secret the Green Bay Packers offense hasn’t been as efficient as it has been in the past.
While quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdowns last week against the Carolina Panthers, he posted a season-low completion percentage after throwing nearly 50 times.
Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman joined "The Herd" on Wednesday to try to pinpoint Rodgers’ inefficiencies.
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"In other points of the game, I thought that’s a throw that he would’ve made in years past or in previous games," Aikman said. "Maybe now with some of the struggles that they’ve had he’s not just as quick to turn the ball loose. Sometimes that happens as a quarterback when you’re struggling as an offense. You’re trying to be so protective of the football."
The 11th-year quarterback will try to get back on track this week against the one-win Detroit Lions.