Aaron Rodgers "disappointed" with outcome of Packers' 2016 season

Packers fell to Atlanta in NFC Championship game
Aaron Rodgers "disappointed" with outcome of Packers' 2016 season
Posted at 1:30 PM, Feb 24, 2017
and last updated 2017-02-24 14:30:05-05

Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers is “disappointed” with the Packers 2016 season.

In a conversation on “In Depth with Graham Bensinger,” Rodgers looked back on the past year.

“For us, to get all the way where we got after being 4-6 was spectacular, but it’s all about championships when you play in Titletown and the expectations are high and we’re disappointed we didn’t finish it off,” Rodgers said.

After falling to 4-6 following a loss to Washington, Green Bay rattled off six straight wins to claim the NFC North title. Rodgers tossed 18 touchdowns with zero interceptions during that run, while also completing nearly 70 percent of his passes.

The Packers won two more games in the postseason to reach the NFC Championship, before ultimately losing to the Atlanta Falcons.

Rodgers threw a league-high 40 touchdowns during the 2016 regular season.


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