Aaron Rodgers claims that Packers are only ‘scratching the surface’ with Aaron Jones


During their 27-10 victory over the Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers made a significant improvement in their offensive woes. The solution was exactly what they had been trying to preach all week. Aaron Rodgers stated about the Packers are only ‘scratching the surface’ with Aaron Jones.

As committing to the running game behind Aaron Jones after he had only received a limited amount of resources eight touches during the team’s Week 1 thrashing at the hands of the Vikings.

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Aaron Rodgers about Jones

“He can do a lot of things. Obviously, he’s a great running back,” quarterback Aaron Rodgers said of Jones, who had 132 yards rushing on 15 carries.”

Jones is the Green Bay’s most effective weapon. The professional successfully avoided tackles and spun around them for more yards. Hence, finishing the game with 18 touches, 170 total yards, two touchdowns, and a preview of how the new Packers offense might proceed throughout the of the season.

In the beginning, Chicago’s defense loaded the box with just one defender high. Since they were aware of head coach Matt Lafleur’s game plan. However, Jones and Dillon were a strong duo behind an upgraded offensive line that had been strengthened by Elgton Jenkins’ return.

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Green Bay Packers performance

The Packers must continue doing their best on the ground and through the air for Jones and Dillon. If they want to maintain their energy going into a Week 3 game against the Buccaneers, whom they have struggled against in recent meetings.

The theme from Week 2’s lessons is similar to Week 1. The tone of these lessons is happier and more focused on maintaining the course than on the need for significant adjustments.

“He’s a guy that obviously we have to get involved each and every week,” LaFleur said. “He just does an outstanding job.”

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