Scout's take: Titans actually need Aaron Rodgers to throw a lot

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Packers once had a dominant quarterback and wide receiver duo in three-time MVP Aaron Rodgers and perennial All-Pro Davante Adams.

Rodgers doesn’t look like he did in his MVP days and Adams is now playing in Las Vegas with the Raiders.

The offensive skill players around Rodgers are now less talented and inexperienced.


Photo by Angie Flatt

The offensive line has had major injuries and has also been a disappointment.

David Bakhtiari was a top left tackle in the league, but injuries and age have caught up to him and even when he plays, he is below that all-star level.

Against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night, the Packers used the running game to take pressure off the offensive line and Rodgers, who is nursing an injured thumb on his throwing hand. We also saw the emergence of rookie wide receiver Christian Watson who had three touchdowns.

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