On Sunday, the Packers lost to a New York team, thanks in part to the Giants putting on their cheese In a place cheese wasn’t designed to go. Next Sunday, the Packers face the other New York team.
Some players were talking in the locker room about the possibility of losing to the planes. back corner Jair AlexanderFor example, he said that he is not nervous after losing to the Giants, but that he will be nervous if they lose to the Jets.
He should have been more nervous about how his starting midfielder would respond.
“Honestly, I don’t like all these talks about losing next week,” Aaron Rodgers Reporters after the 27-22 loss to the Giants. “I’m a big believer in the power of words and manifestation. We have to check this out because talking about it doesn’t mean winning football. There was talk about it in the locker room, and I don’t like it. [Jaire’s] Oh man, but we don’t need to talk that way.
“I understand that there is a truth in this game that there is a win and a loss in every match, but there is also a fact in life that what you put your energy into, that is where your focus goes. So I won’t go into the odds of losing here, other than we just lost this match “.
If that’s what Rodgers said in public, it’s hard not to wonder what he said in private to those who dared put negative energy on the process.
The end result is that it’s the first time the Packers have fought 3-2 under Matt LaFleur. Can they go down to 3-3? Rodgers noted that the winning margin is currently slim for the Packers. So yeah, they could end up being swept away by both teams in New York, and they could end up at 0.500 with 11 games to play.
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