Scout's Take: In Green Bay, a corner to target and big edge guys to deal with for the Titans

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Aaron Rodgers is a future Hall of Famer, and is playing at a very high level.

The Packers’ offense is run through Rodgers and he alters plays at the line of scrimmage to take advantage of mismatches or offensive positive numbers to one side of the formation.


Photo: Alison McNabb/ Tennessee Titans

Rodgers is hard to game plan for because of his ability to move players around pre-snap.

If he feels the defense is going to show blitz, he will just throw a screen pass to the outside. When he sees tight man coverage, he will throw back-shoulder sideline passes. Once Rodgers spreads out the defense’s coverage, he will call the run.

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