They really screwed Gbay with that lousy spot and figured gbay would go for it but the coach screwd up the whole system kicking it with that kid who has a cannon leg and now it might lland on 7 which is not what the oddsmakers wanted. don't be surprised if Dallas breaks a running play or kicks a meaningless field goal with hardly any time left. By the way that kid has saved me all year in fantasy football lol. Great leg.
During training camp, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers noted that the team has a different kind of swagger this year. He called it "real confidence."
Now that Rodgers enters Sunday's regular season opener in Philadelphia as a fashionable pick to become the league's MVP and lead his team on a long playoff run this year, Rodgers said his own approach hasn't changed.
"I've always had real confidence," the former Cal quarterback said.
It seems like everybody else has confidence in Rodgers, too.
After spending most of the first three years of his NFL career on the bench, Rodgers faced plenty of skepticism when the Packers handed him the keys to the offense and traded Brett Favre.
Rodgers played well in 2008 despite sustaining a significant shoulder injury early in the season. He then led the Packers back to the playoffs last year despite taking a league-high 50 sacks.
In two seasons as a No. 1 quarterback, Rodgers has started all 32 regular-season games, throwing 58 touchdowns and 20 interceptions.
Given what Rodgers already has shown the ability to handle, wide receiver Greg Jennings said there's no reason to doubt he'll be able to deal with high expectations.
"He handles it all great," Jennings said. "No. 1, in this league, you've got to be able to handle adversity, and he's shown he can handle adverse situations. No. 2, you've got to be able to handle success, and he's shown that he can handle success. We're not worried about Aaron handling any situation."