Did Deflate Gate Impact Rodgers Game?

(CBS BOSTON) CBS Boston is questioning if Deflate Gate has impacted Aaron Rodgers game.

A caller on CBS Boston’s show Zolak & Bertrand on Tuesday told he hosts that ever since the NFL started to closely monitor the PSI of the footballs, it’s been a rough go for Aaron Rodgers, who once told the CBS broadcast crew that he liked his footballs to be inflated over the 12.5-13.5 PSI range allowed by the league.

According to CBS Boston, since Deflate Gate Rodgers completed just 60.7 percent of his passes last year, by far his lowest mark in any season in which he’s been the starter. Prior to last year, his lowest completion percentage was 63.6 percent in 2008, his first year as a starter.

CBS Boston went on to say the yardage slipped considerably for Rodgers.

“Now in year two of the post-DeflateGate era, Rodgers is still struggling," according to CBS Boston.

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