Packers fan ratings: Rodgers love-fest continues
Missing his top wide receiver, Aaron Rodgers carried the Green Bay Packers to another victory — and Packers fans recognized that.
Rodgers completed 21 of 32 passes for 283 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Packers over the New Orleans Saints 37-30 Sunday night. His performance earned the top mark — 4.6 on a one-to-five scale — from about 600 voters.
The fans liked what they saw from the Packers' offense overall — and the coaching staff.
Coaches got the second-highest rating, at 4.3. The offensive line got a 4.2 rating, the receivers — working without Davante Adams - got a 4.0 and the running backs got a 3.8.
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Special teams, led by kicker Mason Crosby, who made 52- and 49-yarders among this three field goals, got a 4.0 rating.
The defense, which was missing lineman Kenny Clark and lost linebacker Christian Kirksey early in the game, didn't fare as well in the fans' eyes.
Giving up 30 points and 397 total yards, including 197 total yards by running back Alvin Kamara, the defensive backs got a 3.1 rating and the linebackers and defensive lineman each got a 2.7.
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