GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- At first glance, it seems like a harsh indictment of Aaron Rodgers' ability to win close games: Since he took over as the starting quarterback in 2008, the Green Bay Packers are 2-12 in games decided by four points or fewer.
A closer look shows that Sunday's loss at Atlanta wasn't the first time Rodgers successfully led a late-game Packers comeback, only to watch it turn into a loss. Each of the Packers' four losses this season was by three points, despite some strong fourth-quarter drives by Rodgers and the offense.
Rodgers has heard the criticism that he hasn't yet found his fourth-quarter quarterbacking mojo, but says it doesn't bother him. And Rodgers says the decisive play in any game doesn't necessarily come in the fourth quarter.
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