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Aaron Rodgers had a rough game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday (Nov. 6). He threw three red-zone interceptions, and the Green Bay Packers ended up falling 15-9 to the Lions. That said, if you ask Rogers, he’ll tell you that he’s fully confident in himself going into this weekend’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.

“I always believe in myself first and I bet on myself first to go out there and to impact the game and to be great,” Rodgers said during an interview on “The Pat McAfee Show.” “I still know I have that within me. I’m still the reigning, defending two-time MVP. Regardless who’s out there with me, guys want to come battle they know where to find me. I’ll be in the center of that huddle, expecting greatness, trying to inspire the best I can and lay it out on the line.” He also bashed the Lions again, saying, “I don’t think the Lions really stopped us.. it was more about us making mistakes.”

Of course, plenty of people are bashing Rodgers for his performance with all those interceptions against the Lions. He has something to say to any of the naysayers following the game.

“Look, I’ve thrown touchdown passes many times- I don’t give a (expletive) what any of these experts on TV have to say,” Rodgers said. “There’s a lot that goes into all these things and for someone to play armchair quarterback who doesn’t know what the hell play we’re running or what’s going on, that’s fine. I don’t give a (expletive) to be honest with you.” Let me know what you think about the Lions-Packers game on Facebook HERE!

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