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|The Green Bay Packers take their turn in the examination room after beating Buffalo.|
Why have we only seen the Aaron Rodgers everyone expected for two of the eight quarters he's played this season? Rodgers called his Week 1 performance "terrible," a slight exaggeration but nonetheless reflective of a below-average game by his standards. And at halftime Sunday, Rodgers had completed only half of his 16 passes and was struggling at times to throw a spiral. Rodgers rebounded to complete 11 of his final 13 passes as the Packers pulled away. But with Grant already sidelined and the offensive line possibly headed for transition, the Packers will need Rodgers to anchor their efforts in every quarter.