TODAY'S TMJ4 exclusive
Rodgers says Packers' focus rose in last-minute drive
GREEN BAY - The quarterback of the undefeated Green Bay Packers says that in situations like last minute drives, the concentration of Packers players has to rise in comparison to normal game play, and did in Sunday's last-second win.
"It was one of those things where the focus has to go up, and the accuracy has to be pinpoint," said Rodgers, who credits his team for raising their concentration level during the final drive that led to the Packers' 38-35 win over the New York Giants.
He talked in an exclusive TODAY'S TMJ4 conversation with the Voice of the Packers, Wayne Larrivee.
"It feels good in a game like that, two very important plays for us, I put the ball where I wanted to, and (we) made some plays."
Rodgers discussed some of his receivers' lack of focus in dropping six passes during the game.
"Those are going to happen. The mental mistakes are frustrating. The drops are disappointing, but you know those are part of the game. Some of them are lack of focus, careless."
Click on the video link to see TODAY'S TMJ4's complete raw interview between Aaron Rodgers and Wayne Larrivee.