The Green Bay Packers miss quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Backup QB Brett Hundley wasn’t bad on Monday Night Football, per se. But Rodgers both drives and carries the Packers. It’s that simple. Without him, well, the rest of this season is going to be rough.
The 30-17 score makes the game sound closer than it actually was. The Detroit Lions were up 30-10 late in the fourth quarter — momentum continued from Detroit’s opening drive.
And that’s probably going to be the reality for Green Bay as long as Rodgers is out.