Originally Posted by worldlyman
Rodgers is certainly dangerous any time at any given point of a game. However, he is historically 3-18 in those types of come-from-behind situations. And the article points out that the Pack, an elite team the past few seasons, haven't come out victorious enough in close games as an elite team should.
This is just to point out regarding this game with Green Bay, that if the Texans can either dominate or simply keep it close...it looks statistically good for Houston getting to the win column this Sunday.
Nice statistical find and all, but I'm sorry Rodgers is a freaking animal. I respect his abilities far to much to let any stat like that effect how quickly I think he can come back on a team.
I do agree that if the Texans can hold him off for like two scores in the 4th though, that he'll have a really hard time pulling it off against us. That has everything to do with the dominance of our defense and having the best player in the NFL in Watt putting in work then it does as far as looking at any history with Rodgers in these situations.
Either way, good thread and a decent discussion to have as far as the match up goes. Rep is on your way partner.