At the game’s outset, Rodgers led an opening drive of 10 plays and 69 yards for a touchdown, accounting for 54 yards through the air.
While it’s fair to point at rancid special teams play – they had a 39-yard field goal blocked before giving up a crushing blocked punt touchdown with 4:41 remaining in regulation – Green Bay needed its generational quarterback to make a few plays.
Somehow, the Packers failed to even reach the NFC Championship Game, with Rodgers failing to put together a single drive after the opening march.
Green Bay, barring an incredible draft class, is going to be a lesser team in 2022.
Which raises the question, does Rodgers want to stick around?
After the game, Rodgers stated he’s unsure about his future including the possibility of retirement.