Aaron Rodgers' quarterback performance has slowly declined over the last three weeks.
Three weeks ago, he was sacked twice. Two weeks ago, it was three times. This week, he went down for four.
His QB rating has declined from 106.2 down to this week's 80.1.
Passing yards is down significantly, too, as well as his pass completion percentage.
The reasons for this are multifaceted.
You can't necessarily peg Rogers for dropped balls by Jordy Nelson, even if his rate is affected in the end. It's also logical his yards are down in light of less possession time.
Despite this, Rodgers has not been performing at the elite quarterback status that we have grown accustomed to. If the Pack expects to make it to the Super Bowl, they need to get their act together.
As Kansas City clearly showed them, all it takes is one game to take them out.
If this happened during the playoffs, Green Bay would be out.