Aaron Rodgers did not hold back on showing his frustrations as the Green Bay Packers suffered their fifth straight defeat Sunday.
The Packers lost 15-9 to the Detroit Lions during their Week 9 match up and the quarterback looked particularly shaky.
The reigning MVP threw two red zone INTs for the first time in his career, as well as a career-high three interceptions against the Lions.
Aaron Rodgers did not hold back on showing his frustrations as the Green Bay Packers lost
The reigning MVP threw two red zone INTs for the first time in his career against the Lions
Rodgers had the Packers down near the endzone on their first drive of the game but the 88-yard series ended in disaster for Green Bay with a tipped interception by Lions safety Kerby Joseph.
Rodgers was clearly unimpressed as he could be seen expressing his frustrations on the sideline afterwards, shouting and ranting.
On the next drive, Rodgers connected with wide receiver Allen Lazard for a 47-yard gain that ended on the one-yard line.
But the Packers failed to make it into the endzone on the next three plays and the first quarter ended.
Rodgers threw for 291 yards and a touchdown for the Packers but was intercepted three times.
It’s the fifth career three interception game for Aaron Rodgers and first since 2017.
Meanwhile, his counterpart, Jared Goff, threw two touchdown passes and the host Detroit Lions snapped a five-game losing streak.
Elsewhere in the Week-9 1pm action, Mac Jones had a touchdown pass, Nick Folk added four field goals and the Patriots finished with nine sacks to help New England beat the Indianapolis Colts 26-3 on Sunday.
The win moves the Patriots (5-4) above .500 for the first time this season as they head into their bye week.
Linebackers Matt Judon and Josh Uche each had three sacks, leading a defense that held Indianapolis to 121 yards and 0 of 14 on third down.
Jonathan Jones returned an interception 17 yards for a touchdown to finish the scoring and was 20 of 30 for 147 yards.
The Colts (3-5-1) have lost three straight and have yet to earn a win since benching quarterback Matt Ryan in favor of second-year player Sam Ehlinger.
Nick Folk added four field goals (right) to help New England beat the Indianapolis Colts 26-3
Tua Tagovailoa outdueled Justin Fields as the Miami Dolphins overcame a record-setting rushing effort by the Chicago quarterback to edge the Bears 35-32 on Sunday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars ended a five-game losing streak by overcoming a 17-0 deficit against the Las Vegas Raiders.
It was the second-biggest comeback in franchise history for the Jaguars (3-6), who climbed out of a 21-point hole to beat the New York Giants in 2014.
The Raiders (2-6), who were shut out last week at New Orleans and spent the week regrouping in Bradenton, Florida, dominated early. They scored on four of their first five possessions and led 20-7 just before halftime. Davante Adams was unstoppable, catching nine passes for 146 and two scores in the first 30 minutes.
But Jacksonville eventually stiffened against the five-time Pro Bowler, who had one reception for no yards after the break.
Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (right) outdueled Justin Fields as Miami edged Chicago
WR Davante Adams (right) was unstoppable but still could not help the Raiders to a win
Joe Mixon rushed for 153 yards and scored five touchdowns as the Cincinnati Bengals built a 35-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 42-21 rout of the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
Mixon, who came into the game with three TDs all year, scored four times in the first half alone, the first three on short rushes and the fourth on a 12-yard pass from Joe Burrow, who finished 22 for 28 for 206 yards before taking a seat in favor of backup Brandon Allen late in the third quarter.
The Bengals (5-4) bounced back from a horrendous Monday night loss at AFC North rival Cleveland to jump on Carolina (2-7) early and dominate on defense.
Cameron Dicker kicked a game-ending field goal three days after being signed as a free agent, hitting a 37-yarder that lifted the Los Angeles Chargers over the Atlanta Falcons 20-17 on Sunday.
Joe Mixon rushed for 153 yards and scored five touchdowns during the Bengals rout
Chargers’ Cameron Dicker (center) kicked a game-ending field goal days after being signed
Dicker also made a 31-yard field goal with 5:27 left, tying the game at 17. The rookie from Texas was signed to the practice squad Thursday and activated Sunday in place of injured Dustin Hopkins. This was only Dicker’s second NFL game – he also made a late, go-ahead kick for the Philadelphia Eagles as an injury replacement in Week 5.
The Chargers (5-3) survived a bizarre fumble by Austin Ekeler with 34 seconds remaining. Ekeler´s fumble was recovered by Falcons defensive lineman Ta´Quon Graham, who also fumbled while returning the ball. Chargers left guard Matt Fieler recovered Graham´s frumble at the Atlanta 43.
Justin Herbert’s 22-yard pass to Joshua Palmer set up Dicker’s kick as time expired.
The loss prevented the Falcons (4-5), who began the day in first place in the NFC South, from moving above .500 for the first time since 2017.
Finally, the Seattle Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals 31-21. It dropped the Cardinals further into the NFC West basement at 3-6. The culprits for the defeat were familiar: penalties, dropped passes, lost fumbles and bad snaps.
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