'07 Dallas: Rodgers didn't even start that game. Favre played 1.5 quarters. Can't fault the guy for failing against a 10-1 team as a backup.
'08 Tampa: The Packer D gained the lead at the beginning of the 4th with a pick-six, 21-20. The Bucs got a FG to go up 23-21. Rodgers injured his shoulder in the 4th quarter and sat out 2 series, but when he returned, he threw a pick. The Packers D broke down immediately after, allowing Earnest Graham a 47 yard run, followed by a 1 yard TD to put the game out of reach. Flynn played at least 2 series in the 4th quarter of this game. The pick is bad, but injury can explain that to a degree.
'08 Atlanta: This one is a mix of excellent Rodgers and bad Rodgers. Packers entered the 4th down a TD, and Rodgers led 2 TD drives, throwing for both scores. But he also threw a pick in GB territory that led to a short Falcons TD.
'08 Tennessee: Packers were down 3 going into the 4th, and Rodgers managed to tie the game. It went to OT, and the Packers never got to touch the ball, as the Titans marched down the field and kicked a FG.
'08 Minnesota: You could put this one on the kicker, maybe. Long 52 yd FG, but in a dome.
'08 Carolina: Rodgers got the Packers down to the 1 with 3:45 to play in a tied game, and the GB running game couldn't punch it in. Still, they took the lead with a FG at the 2 minute warning. Carolina got a big return, a big play to Steve Smith, and the ball punched in by DeAngelo Williams, and 27 seconds later, the Panthers led. Rodgers threw a pick to end the game.
Interjecting a second to point out that 6 of these games are from the '08 season, when the Packers were a 6-10 team. It was Rodgers' first season where he was actually the starter. Yeah, Wilson still did what he did, but he had a much better team around him (and a much, MUCH better O-line). Just sayin'.
'08 Houston: Lame. Packers came into the 4th quarter down 6 and immediately scored to take a 1 point lead. Texans scored right back with a 2 pt conversion to make it a 7 pt game. Rodgers tied it again. The teams traded 3-and-outs, and then the Texans marched down the field and kicked a 40 yarder with time expiring.
'09 Cincy: Yeah, not a good quarter for Rodgers. His accuracy was garbage, and he was sacked by Antwan Odom 3 times in this quarter alone (5 for the whole game). Without rewatching, hard to say whether that was Rodgers holding the ball too long or the O-line sucking. But definitely a bad quarter.
'09 Minnesota: This one was pretty bad, yeah. Favre homecoming, too.
'09 Pittsburgh: Harsh to criticize Rodgers on this one. Packers came into the 4th down by 10. By 2:12 left, they were up by 6. Rodgers drove the Packers for 3 TDs (including throwing for a 2 pt conversion), scoring 22 points to the Steelers' 2 FGs. The Steelers drove the field on the Packers and threw a TD on the last timed play to tie it. The extra point won the game. There's not anything else Rodgers could have done on this. He drove his team for TDs on every single possession of the 4th quarter.
'09 Arizona (playoffs): Another game where Rodgers drove his team for a TD on every possession of the 4th quarter except the very last, when he kneeled down with 9 seconds left in a tied game to send it to OT. 21 points in one quarter. So that's the caveat... but OT is where he gets dinged for fumbling when sacked, allowing the Cards D to pick up the ball and run it in for a game-ending TD.
'10 Chicago: The Packers entered the 4th leading by 3 and with the ball. They punted... to Devin Hester, who returned for a TD. Rodgers led a TD drive to regain the lead. Bears kicked a FG to tie it. Packers started driving again; Rodgers completed a pass to Jones, who then fumbled it away. Bears drove to the 1 and kicked a gamewinner. Hard to put that on Rodgers.
'10 Atlanta: Falcons and Packers traded drives in this one, but Rodgers tied it with 1:06 to play. The kickoff was returned 40 yards with a 15 yard facemask added, and it was short work for Matt Ryan to drive from the GB 49 to FG range. Rodgers got to run one play with 2 seconds left (not a TD, obvs.)
'11 New York (playoffs): Pretty much awful 4th quarter by GB on both sides of the ball, yeah.
'12 San Francisco: Another good Rodgers, bad Rodgers mix. Definitely count this one.
'12 Seattle: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
'12 Indy: Rodgers was sacked a lot in this 4th quarter, and was ineffective for much of it as a result. Story of this one at the end was that GB was up 27-22 with 4:30 left to play, and the Colts ate up all but 35 seconds of that on a long scoring drive. In 27 seconds, Rodgers drove the Packers from their 20 to the Colts 33 and used their last timeout. 51 yd FG to tie no good.
'12 Minnesota: Packers had 2 possessions in this 4th quarter, got 10 points. But they last touched the ball at 2:57 to go. Rodgers went 28/40 for 365 yards and 4 TDs, 0 INTs. His one real miscue of this game was fumbling when sacked in the 3rd quarter (subsequent Vikings drive was a TD that put GB down 10). More notable, Adrian Peterson ran for 199 yards and scored twice, and Christian Ponder threw for 3 TDs and drove the Vikings on their 3-minute FG gamewinning drive that prevented the Packers from touching the ball ever again.
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