Aaron Rodgers has been extremely vocal about the Green Bay Packers' struggles lately, and he's not backing down.
Rodgers is clearly unhappy with the team's 3-4 start, which includes a three-game losing streak. He's responded by calling out his teammates and the front office alike, expressing that both need to do better and give him more help.
While blasting the front office is one thing, threatening your teammates on the field is quite another. Some players surely won't appreciate those comments, just as some don't like getting screamed at when they make a mistake.
Rodgers defended his public criticism by saying it's the type of thing that can make a team stronger and closer by maintaining honesty and accountability. Time will tell if his comments light a spark under the team, or merely exacerbate their mounting struggles.
Either way, the Packers will need to turn things around quickly if they're going to upset the Buffalo Bills this week. Green Bay is currently listed as a 10.5-point underdog for Sunday's game in Buffalo on FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.
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