Packers fan ratings: Four out of five voters think Rodgers was terrific

Larry Gallup
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Another game, another outstanding performance by Aaron Rodgers.

Voters rewarded the Green Bay Packers quarterback for his 327-yard, four-touchdown play in a 30-16 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night with an average rating of 4.7 on a one-to-five scale in our fan ratings.

Of the 400 or so voters, about 80 percent of them gave Rodgers a five, the highest rating.

The coaches were the second-highest rated group, at 4.4. 

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As they have in the Packers' three previous games, all victories, the offensive groups fared well. The running backs, led by Aaron Jones' 111 total yards and Jamaal Williams' 105, got a 4.3 rating. The offensive line, which helped them gain those yards and allowed just one sack, got a 4.1. And the receivers, operating without Davante Adams and Allen Lazard, got a 3.5, with tight end Robert Tonyan making three touchdown catches.

The Packers defense and special teams weren't rated as highly as the offense, but still did pretty well - the defensive backs and special teams were at 3.6 and the defensive linemen and linebackers were at 3.3.

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