By BOB McGINN
Quite possibly the poorest game of Aaron Rodgers’ career took place the last time the Green Bay Packers played the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills of coach Doug Marrone won that December day in 2014 at Ralph Wilson Stadium, 21-13, largely because Rodgers was far off the mark and didn’t come close to solving a defense coordinated by Jim Schwartz.
Rodgers completed 17 of 42 passes for 185 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions, both by backup safety Bacarri Rambo. His passer rating of 34.3 is the lowest of his 169-game career, counting playoffs. His completion percentage of 4...
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