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Rodgers' interception total was a fifth of that.
This burden is "kind of stressful," Dickey admitted. But as the Packers chased perfection, Rodgers was never baited into errant, forced throws.
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Brees and Brady may equal Rodgers as passers, but as Dickey pointed out, Rodgers differentiates himself as a runner. He's no hermit in the pocket. When teams sat back with multiple defensive backs, Rodgers tucked and ran for 257 yards and three touchdowns. Only Kansas City and the New York Giants <a href=http://www.basketairmaxfemmenoir.fr>basket nike air max femme</a> picked the lock.
Maybe this is the new standard for the quarterback position. Brady "can't move" like Rodgers, Dickey said. And Brees is a pinch more mobile "but nothing like Aaron Rodgers."
"Rarely do you find a guy who is very accurate, with a strong arm and he's real smart and he can run," Dickey said. "He's got all the pieces you'd ever want.
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Green Bay's hopes of repeating as Super Bowl champion came to a screeching, miserable halt in the 37 20 loss to the Giants on Jan. 15 at Lambeau Field. But Saturday night put a seven year career into further context.锘緼aron Rodgers
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