Rodgers didn't get a whole lot of help. His receivers dropped seven passes. Veteran receiver Donald Driver dropped four.
"It was killer, terrible," Driver said. "That’s not us, and you can’t say what’s this or what’s that. I think you let one go away and then you just get frustrated. And then you make a big play and let another one go. You get frustrated again. And me, I'll be the first one to say I can make those plays in my sleep, and I let those slip away. You have a bad day and unfortunately mine came today. I'll live with it, and I'll make up for it next week.
"Am I frustrated? Yes. Because that's not what I do. I don't drop balls. I let a lot of them go today that I should have made."
Driver was the worst offender, but he certainly wasn’t alone. His receiver mates James Jones (two) and Jordy Nelson (one) contributed as well.
The Packers weren't able to get much help from Greg Jennings again, as he had his third-straight game with just two catches.
The Packers again had trouble finding Jennings against a Cover-2 defense that took away the deep pass for much of the game.
Jennings appears to be getting a little frustrated. After declining to talk in the week before the Redskins game, he wouldn't talk after the game either.