“GO PACK FKN GO!!!!!!!!!”- Rapper Lil Wayne shows his support to the Green Bay Packers amid bad form


Green Bay Packers haven’t been able to improve upon their solid star in the 2022-23 regular season. After being 3-3 after the initial 6 weeks, Aaron Rodgers and his men have evident voids on either ends of the field – which seem to be the exploited week after week by their opponents.

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In a tensed scenario, Rapper Lil Wayne decided to show his support to Aaron Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers, who are desperately seeking their 4th win of the season against the Washington Commanders in Week 7 to be able to hold onto their spot for the playoffs. Take a look at the concerned tweet below.

To talk about Green Bay Packers’ most recent showdown against the Washington Commanders – it seems like the reigning MVP and his team have fallen short yet again in a tight contest. They turned the ball over the downs during the 4 quarter. To be more precise and elaborative – on 4th and on the reigning MVP threw an out to Romeo Doubs who was hit and dropped the ball. Many people were quick to point out that the Packers did not hand the ball to AJ Dillon who had just four carries for 15 yards at the mentioned time.

Green Bay Packers drop Week 7 showdown against Washington Commanders

To those who want clarity about the form of Green Bay Packers – the team has now dropped 3 consecutive games. Nursing a sore thumb and out of sync with receivers, Aaron Rodgers was 23-of-35 for 194 yards and the Packers went 0 of 6 on third down. Moreover, Green Bay Packers, who have now lost 4 out of their 7 games, had just 232 total yards of offense to Washington’s 364 and lost Allen Lazard to a shoulder injury. This just signifies that nothing is going as per this team at the moment.

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN – NOVEMBER 28: Allen Lazard #13 of the Green Bay Packers reacts after defeating the Los Angeles Rams 36-28 at Lambeau Field on November 28, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

“We just got to play better —all of us,” said Rodgers (as quoted by ABC) who taped his throwing hand at halftime after jamming the thumb on a couple of snaps. “There’s probably a number of plays in every phase that we could’ve done better. The margin of error is so tight, a couple calls don’t necessarily go our way and we don’t execute at all on offense in certain situations.”

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