The relationship between Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and tight end Jermichael Finley frequently boils down to one word: chemistry.
In Finley's mind, chemistry between the two is often directly related to his personal statistics and those of the offense as a whole. With Green Bay's 2-3 record and an offense ranked 21st in the NFL in total yards and 18th in scoring, Finley believes his chemistry with Rodgers has a ways to go.
"It's OK," Finley said Wednesday. "Not good enough at all. Something to be worked on, and try to work on it as much as I can, try to talk to him as much as I can, but like I said, it takes two people."
Our advice to Finley: Shut up and catch the ball. Chemistry could be an issue if Rodgers were missing Finley completely, but passes are frequently bouncing off the tight end's hands. Finley's inability to take responsibility for his drops indicates that the Packers need to find another tight end in the next couple of years.