By ROB REISCHEL
Aaron Rodgers waltzed into the Green Bay Packers’ huddle inside AT&T Stadium late Sunday afternoon.
Rodgers and the Packers trailed host Dallas, 31-28. The clock read 1:13. And Green Bay was 75 yards away from the Cowboys’ end zone.
As the fans bellowed and Rodgers tried adjusting to a brutal sun that was now in his face, Green Bay’s quarterback had one simple thought.
“I’m thinking touchdown,” Rodgers said.
Welcome to the maturation of Rodgers.
Rodgers, of course, got that touchdown with a 12-yard strike to Davante Adams with just 11 seconds left. And the Packers con...
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