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Packers prepare for Vikings with limited time


Last week Aaron Rodgers told fans to relax. There's no message this week, as the quarterback says in order to have that kind of an impact it has to be authentic. On top of that, he thinks that Sundays performance in Chicago speaks for itself. "It felt that last week, there was a little bit of a mini freak out starting, and I just wanted to take notice of myself. I wanted to play better and we're going to be ok. We're 2-2 and this is a big chance for us. It's a division game, a chance for us to be 3-2 going into a little mini bye here, which would be great for all of us, that's kind of our focus."

Rodgers also says, they plan to use the momentum coming off a win, but this is no time to get complacent.

"The film is never as great as it feels or never as poor as it looked. We're critical of ourselves. We left some points and some yards out there, but we're 2-2. We're 2-2 and a game back in the division. Have another division game at home adn we have to play our best game."

Mike McCarthy says they plan to use the short week to their advantage, using these few days to have up-beat practices and getting back to the fundamentals.

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