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Cheese Curds, 10/17: Rodgers' uncharacteristic turnovers doomed Packers' offense

The question of the day is how can he fix it?

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It's time for Cheese Curds, so I'll make this quick.

Aaron Rodgers is not playing well. What's wrong? Nobody really seems to know. We certainly don't, and it doesn't seem like anybody outside the organization (or arguably inside the organization) does either.

Today's curds are for the most part about Rodgers and the offense, with a couple of other fun things from Sunday's game - believe it or not, there were a few things that were actually positive. So without further ado, let's just get to it.

Rodgers falls from ranks of greats |
Before Sunday's game, Bob McGinn broke down what's going on with Aaron Rodgers and how his career has progressed (and regressed) over time.

Packers' priority: Fix Aaron Rodgers, offensive struggles -- and fast - ESPN
So...anybody got any ideas on what can be done about it?

What's wrong with Aaron Rodgers, Packers offense? | PFF
Lacy is running well, and the offensive line is playing great...but his turnovers were really what sunk the Packers' offense yesterday.

Brett Favre humbled to have his name added to Lambeau Field |
The one really cool part of Sunday's game was at halftime, when Favre got his Hall of Fame ring and had his name revealed on the facade at the stadium.

Eddie Lacy, yes, that Eddie Lacy, hurdled a defender -
Well, okay, this was the other cool moment from Sunday's game