"I'm not gonna add to the freak out," Aaron Rodgers told Deion Sanders in an interview airing on NFL Network during "Thursday Night Kickoff."
"No, because I think that would be -- that would be a freak out," Rodgers said. "There's no freak out going on. I mean, we want to play better. We want to win," Rodgers said.
"Well, we've won four in a row against 'em and I think six of seven," Rodgers said. "And -- they're a great team. They've gotten better on offense. But this is still a lot of team -- a team with a lot of pride. And we're playin' at home."
Rodgers sounds anything but panicked. He repeatedly said it's only one game. He's right. The panic should only arrive if the Packers lose again at home. We expect Rodgers to make sure that doesn't happen.