Admittedly, I didn't notice it until the Chiefs game last year and it seems to have trickled into this season, so maybe Aaron Rodgers has always had happy feet and maybe Rodgers doesn't ever step into his throws. What made this observation more frustrating is Sam Bradford looked like he'd been in the same offense for the last decade and Aaron Rodgers was just plugged into an offense two weeks ago.
Rodgers has gone something like 14 games with a QB rating sub 100. That's quite crazy for a guy who has a career 104+ rating. SOURCE LINK
The last time Rodgers had a 100+ quarterback rating was against the San Diego Chargers 10/18/2015!!
Davante Adams and Randall Cobb and Trevor Davis were all getting open and Rodgers was missing them while he danced in the pocket.
A few years ago at training camp the Packers had a 3 second timer that would go off indicating that the ball should be released. The Vikings were doing just that. It was a lot of dropping back from center and throwing to a WR who was slanting inward. You can't defend that unless you double cover each WR. The Packers had all 7 WR active and I didn't see them utilizing that one bit.
Rodgers just looks so out of sync and uncomfortable in the pocket which is a stark contrast to what we've grown accustomed to seeing. He used to have that "California" cool back there and now he looks like a Packers helmet wearing deer caught in the headlights.
I'm thinking Greg Jennings was right. The Packers brainwash everyone into thinking they are superior to what they truly are. Where are the changes? Why didn't they adapt? Why can't they run quick slants?
ProFootballFocus has Rodgers graded as the 33rd best in the NFL where there are only 32 teams. That's going to make a lot of people sick, even though the grades are meaningless. If that doesn't make you feel sick, the only QB with a worse grade than Rodgers? Robert Griffin III.