With the Packers down 17-3 and driving for a touchdown that could have cut the deficit to seven, quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw a red-zone interception.
The miscue came from something that happened in a very different zone.
“For those of you who went back and watched it,” Rodgers told Pat McAfee on Tuesday, “I don’t like to make a lot of excuses for interceptions. . . . That one was entirely due to the double nut shot I took.”
Rodgers was on the ground for a bit after the play, and the Fox crew pointed out that he refused to be examined by trainers on the sideline. And now we know why...