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Not only was Aaron Rodgers without Randall Cobb and James Jones for Sunday's game, but he also lost Jermichael Finley (more on that later).
However, it didn't matter who Rodgers threw to because he was brilliant doing it all game long. Rodgers finished the game with 260 passing yards and three touchdowns. He also completed nearly 70 percent of his passes while doing so.
The best part of this performance was how Rodgers spread the ball around and completely trusted his receivers. He knew he couldn't just lock in on Jordy Nelson and be successful, so he got the ball into the hands of Jarrett Boykin, Eddie Lacy and Myles White.
While Rodgers has struggled some the past two weeks, he looked better than ever against the Cleveland Browns. As long as Rodgers continues to play at this level, the Packers will be extremely difficult to beat, no matter how many injuries they suffer.