The Green Bay Packers finally stopped their surprising losing streak, and did it in impressive fashion by defeating the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday which many considered to be a “must win” for Green Bay.
Following five consecutive losses that dropped their record to 3-6 on the season, the Packers know that their season hangs in the balance, and with a crucial win on Sunday they now have a chance to turn things around.
“Last week was definitely a low, rock-bottomish for sure. Not in a depressive, isolationism way, but more disappointment and I felt like that was the bottom and it was only up from there,” Packers quarterback Rodgers said, according to Jori Epstein of Yahoo Sports.
“I think a lot of the battles that we face are between I and I between the person that can go out there and dominate and knows that they can and the little voice in your head that tries to knock you off that confident perch that you’re on. I’m happy that I knocked that voice back into hell and had a good performance today.”
Rodgers led the Packers completing 14 of his 20 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns in the victory.