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Sunday Night wrap-up: Aaron Rodgers was not his best, and that’s OK

Aaron Rodgers was far from perfect. And in a sense, that’s the best news for the Packers. Their former MVP quarterback was not himself, but still led his side to a comfortable 23-16 win over the Giants. Rodgers’ stat line was pretty bad actually, completing 23 of 45 passes for 259 yards, with two touchdowns…
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