3 Reasons Aaron Rodgers' Play Has Vastly Improved

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3 Reasons Aaron Rodgers' Play Has Vastly Improved
Scott Kane-US PRESSWIRE

After torching a second defense to the ground in as many weeks, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has officially snapped out of whatever "funk" the media and fans wanted to paint for him to start the 2012 season.

The Packers have now won two-straight games while scoring 72 points, most coming from the right arm of Rodgers. Consider his statistics from the last two weeks. 

In wins over the Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams—both coming on the road—Rodgers has completed 54 of 72 passes (74 percent) for 680 yards, nine touchdowns and zero interceptions. His passer rating over that stretch is a mind-boggling 140.8.

What has changed for Rodgers over the last two weeks? We'll outline them for you in the following slides. 

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