By Larry GLicken

Aaron Rodgers gave the Houston Texans why he was the N.F.L.’s M.V.P.. He made the Texans secondary look foolish as he threw 6 touchdown passes. Rodgers took control of the game early and didn’t let up as he threw for 338 yards and 6 touchdowns. Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers dominated the Texans who came into the game looking to get their sixth win to remain undefeated in the NFL. That didn’t happen.

The Green bay Packers looked like a team that has one goal in mind, that goal is to go to the Super Bowl and win. If Rodgers can continue to play at the level he showed he could play at last night the Packers attack is going to be hard to stop. There was a reason Rodgers was named the M.V>P. and in the game against the Texans that reason came out. It was clearly the best performance the Packers quarterback had in the 2012 season and with the 42-24 win over the Texans the Packers move to 3-3 on the season.

The Packers needed this one for two reason, the first is obvious they needed a win to post a .500 record the second is to make a statement that the team isn’t going to lay down. The Packers beat a good football team last night. A team that should have been able to give Rodgers a run for the money. It didn’t happen and Rodgers made the statement that the Green Bay Packers are back and ready to play smash mouth football….




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