BY ROB REISCHEL
To a man, they said all the right things.
There’s still a chance. Five in a row remains possible. Hope floats.
Then Aaron Rodgers spoke the cold, harsh truth.
“We’re here. We’re 4-6-1,” Rodgers said after Green Bay’s 24-17 loss to Minnesota Sunday night. “Gotta win our last five, and even that might not be enough.”
The Packers have their worst record through 11 games since 2005, Mike Sherman’s final season as head coach. Green Bay plummeted to 10th place in the NFC, sits in third place in its own division and has absolutely no margin for error.
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