Aaron Rodgers 1 on 1: Aaron reflects on first Packers' loss in a year
GREEN BAY- Time now for our exclusive one-on-one interview with Aaron Rodgers. Sure Aaron Rodgers is never happy about losing, but there's always next week. That means playing the Bears and Christmas. Here's Aaron with the Voice of the Packers, Wayne Larrivee:
WAYNE: "This is the Olejniczak Board Room that we're in here. Have you ever been in here?
AARON: "This is the second time. I had a meeting with Mark Murphy. It's not really lit much more than this usually, so it's kind of intimidating."
WAYNE: "First loss in almost exactly a year for the Green Bay Packers. What was the feeling in the locker room after the game?"
AARON: "A lot of disappointment I think. Guys were disappointed I think that our chance at a perfect season was over, but most than that just disappointment in the way we played."
WAYNE: "Are you concerned maybe that you're not playing the right way going into the playoffs as a group?"
AARON:" I think we have time. I mean we have 2 more regular season games left, potentially might have the Number 1 seed wrapped up so that could change things."
WAYNE: "Do you feel like you need a little break right now?"
AARON: "I think the feeling is any time you have a loss, you can't wait to get back on the field, I'm excited about this week of preparation and playing the Bears, a common opponent, their backs are against the wall, they're still fighting for a playoff spot, and we're hoping we can get our guys healthy and go out and have a better performance this week...Mike has given us Christmas Eve night off to spend with our families instead of the hotel, which is greatly appreciated. Mom and dad are for sure coming in. Christmas and the holidays is about family, and always has been with us, have fun traditions we do, and thankfully once we all got older we can sleep in a little more and no little brother trying to wake us up at 6 to open the presents early!"