Rodgers, Packers look to avoid complacency
GREEN BAY--Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers does not believe his team is due for a letdown in Minnesota against the Vikings, he said Wednesday at Lambeau Field after practice.
\"Letdowns are a combination of a lack of preparation and a lack of execution,\" Rodgers said.
The Packers are coming off their last two games where they have outscored their opponents 108-34--72 to 6 at halftime. Despite beating the Vikings 42-10 in Week Five, Rodgers says the Packers will not be complacent.
\"To go against that you have to go back to the things that got you here today which is your preparation and practice habits and your mindset going into a game,\" Rodgers said.
\"As a professional, you have to make sure you're doing your job,\" Packers receiver Jordy Nelson said. \"The guys in this room take a lot of pride in that and will pick apart their game more than the coaches. You gotta continue and grind and get better. Otherwise you'll get passed up.\"
Green Bay will travel to Minneapolis and take on the Vikings Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium. Kickoff is at noon.