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Packers’ Aaron Rodgers attributes interception to ‘double nut’


Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers were at their worst Sunday in a 38-3 loss to the New Orleans Saints in the 2021 NFL season opener.

Rodgers, the reigning league MVP, threw two interceptions and failed to throw a touchdown pass. Earlier this week, Rodgers made an appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” to talk about the game and one of the steals he threw in the third quarter.

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“I don’t like to make a lot of excuses for interceptions,” Rodgers said on the show. “This [first interception] was entirely due to the double nut shot I took. “

He was second and 7th on the Saints 9-yard line when Rodgers came under pressure from Saints defensive linemen Cameron Jordan and Christian Ringo. That’s when Rodgers was hit in the groin just before releasing a pass.

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Saints rookie Paulson Adebo intercepted Rodgers and returned the ball 31 yards at the Saints 40-yard line. At the time of the interception, the Packers were leading 17-3 and could have made it a one-point game. The play was the turning point of the eruption.


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