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Changes brewing in Green Bay?

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

There is trouble brewing in Green Bay. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers called the team’s “low energy unacceptable.”

The Packers are 4-4 this season. It’s not the same Packers team that sports fans are accustom to, because they’ve been hit by injuries.

Aaron Rodgers (Getty Images)

Aaron Rodgers (Getty Images)

It wouldn’t be surprising if a change is made there in the off-season. While there has been something wrong with Rodgers since last year, head coach Mike McCarthy would likely get the ax.

Teams may have become comfortable with what they’re doing. They have no running back right now with Eddie Lacy and James Starks on the shelf.

Also, teams know even with Ty Montgomery, the wide receiver turned running back, in, they’re likely going to throw the ball.

They need for Rodgers to play at an all-time high to overcome everything that’s going against them. He hasn’t been as accurate as he’s been in the past. He used to be the best quarterback in the league, now he’s looking like just an average one. Age could also be a problem for the 32-year-old, who will be 33-years-old in Dec.

He had 297 passing yards with three touchdowns and interception on Sunday in a loss to the Indianapolis Colts. No matter how good Rodgers is, he can’t play defense, too.

McCarthy has been the Packers head coach since 2006. He has a 108-59-1 record as the team’s head coach. Under him, they haven’t had a record worse than 6-10 in his tenure — which came during the 2008 season.

The Packers finished 10-6 last season, before losing in the NFC Divisional Round to the Arizona Cardinals in overtime.

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