Aaron Rodgers “We Can’t Blame Anybody But Ourselves”

Like the rest of his Packers teammates in a dejected visitors locker room, All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers lamented not doing the little things Sunday to put away an NFC Championship Game they’d mostly dominated, Geoff Baker of the Seattle Times reports.

“It’s going to be a missed opportunity that I’ll probably think about for the rest of my career,’’ Rodgers said. “We were the better team today. We played well enough to win. We can’t blame anybody but ourselves.’’

“We’ve finished out games before,” said Rodgers, who went 19 for 34 for 178 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions while hampered by a calf-muscle injury. “With four minutes (left), we had a chance to do some things and we didn’t do it.”

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2 Responses to “Aaron Rodgers “We Can’t Blame Anybody But Ourselves””

  1. (NOT) Packersfan says:

    Looks again that the Packers were out coached. Dom Capers needs to go. It may have looked like the Packers dominated in the first half but it was more like the Seahawks imploded. Lets trade Gimpy (Rodgers) while people still think he is good

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