During his weekly radio show on WAUK-AM, Aaron Rodgers conceded his unit wasn't able to play at its desired up-tempo pace.
"We're not playing fast enough on offense, we're not converting enough third downs. Fifty-one plays (is) not enough to get defense tired," Rodgers said, per ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky.
There were myriad reasons for the sluggish performance. The offensive line struggled mightily; Eddie Lacy couldn't create holes; and Rodgers was uncharacteristically wayward.
"We had some drops, and I had a couple of poor throws," the quarterback said.
Rodgers, however, cautioned not to make too much of three games -- all against defenses that rank near the top of the NFL.
"We haven't made it easy on ourselves, but we're a resilient bunch. We'll bounce back," he said.
As for fans supplying outlandish reasons for the offense's struggles:
"Five letters. R-E-L-A-X. Relax," Rodgers said. "We're going to be fine."