Pro Football Focus lists top-graded Packers vs. Cowboys
Aaron Rodgers got the lowest grade from any offensive player on Sunday.
There were a lot of things that went wrong in the Green Bay Packers loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. But there were a few players that performed well.
Pro Football Focus lists the top-graded Packers in the loss against the Cowboys. Here's a look at the top-graded Packers on offense.
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T Bryan Bulaga, 83.3
T David Bakhtiari, 81.7
T Jason Spriggs, 76.0
FB Aaron Ripkowski, 75.3
G Lane Taylor, 74.4
PFF said that the Packers playmakers like Eddie Lacy and Jordy Nelson struggled to get anything going and the only player that was able to do anything was Ty Montgomery who had 10 receptions for 98 yards.
Here's a look at the top-graded Packers on defense.
ED Julius Peppers, 82.6
S Morgan Burnett, 81.1
ED Datone Jones, 79.5
LB Blake Martinez, 76.9
DI Mike Daniels, 74.4
PFF said that Peppers is the was the most productive pass rusher on Sunday despite playing in only 18 snaps.
As for Aaron Rodgers, his grade was as very low as it has ever been as he finished with a 37.8 mark. Here's what PFF had to say about Rodgers.
Aaron Rodgers was the Packers’ lowest-graded offensive player against the Cowboys. On the stat sheet, Rodgers’ numbers don’t look all that bad, as he completed an impressive 31 of 42 passes, had one TD and one INT, and his QB rating of 90.7 wasn’t terrible. However, Rodgers had a pretty rough stretch of play that featured a bad interception, a fumble in the pocket and also a missed thrown on what would have been a wide-open touchdown.
So it's clear that something is going on with Rodgers and it needs to be fixed if the Packers want to win on Thursday and beyond.
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