BY ROB REISCHEL
Nearly a full quarter was in the books, and the sellout crowd at Lambeau Field still wasn’t convinced.
Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers — who suffered a deep bone bruise in his left knee in Week 1 — was operating as more of a game manager than anything against Minnesota’s vaunted defense. Then, Rodgers let the 78,461 paying customers know that everything would be just fine.
On a third-and-7 from the Green Bay 28-yard line, the Packers put two receivers on each side of Rodgers and running back Jamaal Williams to his right. Minnesota rushed five, linebacker Eric Kendri...
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